He Won’t Leave You Nor Forsake You

Deuteronomy 31:8:
The LORD himself goes before you and will be with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged.

If you’re going through a difficult time right now, remember that things usually happen for a reason. What you’re experiencing may feel like the end of the world, but it’s really just the end of one chapter in your life. It also may be a warning sign about where you’re headed if you keep on walking the same path you’re walking now.

If God allows evil to happen, it is always for a reason. Usually it is for the purpose of growth or for lessons needed to be learned. Or as a warning that tells you that you are on the wrong path and that you need to change your way of living.
It may be the people in your life who are bringing you down the wrong path, and if you keep on hanging around this kind of people with a bad influence, you may be affected negatively, and your life may get much worse than what it is now.
God isn’t always early, but He’s never too late; He may let some things happen to you, to wake you up to some facts about your life so that you can make positive changes.

Endings can be hard, but they are a positive thing. They are a sign of new beginnings that are just around the corner, and usually something better than what you’ve lost is coming your way. When you have lost something or someone, rejoice because now there’s open space for something new and better to enter your life.
You don’t lose anything without God giving you something back for it; see endings and new beginnings as something positive as they can open new doors for you.

It’s Not The End Of The World
No matter how dark things seem, and even if you don’t understand the things that are happening right now, it doesn’t mean that God isn’t still working in your life.
If God wasn’t still working in your life, then you wouldn’t read this message right here right now.
Our darkest hour with God is better than the brightest day ever would be without Him, and any dark hour with God is a time of great growth and learning. You can either choose to trust God completely or go crazy from worrying, analyzing, and trying to figure out what happened, why it happened, or what you could have done differently to avoid it.

You can trust that God is working out the situation for the better and for your own good.
Trust God, and start praying for the strength needed to overcome this period and situation in your life, and look forward to seeing God working miracles in your life.

Isaiah 54:7:
For a brief moment I abandoned you, but with deep compassion I will bring you back.

Joshua 1:5:
No one will be able to stand up against you all the days of your life. As I was with Moses, so I will be with you; I will never leave you nor forsake you.



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