10 nuggets of wisdom for your Saturday (Part 93)

Let your Hallelujah be bigger than your disappointment.

God is not in the mouth of the slanderer. He is not in the heart of the hater and He is not in the mind of the plotter. God is in the love of the one who is willing to let Him be first, in the mouth of the one who encourages others and in the mind of the one who always thinks of others.

When you give everything to Jesus, He gives you everything! Be ready to receive an abundance of blessings when you give an abundance of love!

The traffic that is running through your mind needs to be stopped. Give negative thoughts the red light. Give introspection the yellow light and also give God the green light in your mind.

Pause and hit the reset button. Pause and spend time with God. Pause and reset your emotions. Pause and seek the Lord’s face. Pause and keep your feelings in check. Pause and let God be God.

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. The eye of the Lord sees beauty everywhere. It sees your beauty. It sees your heart. It sees what you don’t see. Trust the Lord who beholds and sees the wonder that you are.

When you read God’s Word, you are reading God’s agenda for your life. Be sure to be familiar with the Word so you know what to expect in your world. God has a plan for you!

The Lord smiles and His smile lights up the world. The Lord smiles and His smile changes the world. The Lord smiles and His smile touches your world. Smile back at the Lord no matter what your situation is and you will see Him wink back saying that it is all taken care of!

Rejoice in the Lord. Rejoice with the Lord. There is always a reason to celebrate with the Lord. Celebrate His love, celebrate His peace and celebrate His joy. Rejoice in the Lord at all

times and you will see how He positively influences you all the time!

When you hit rock bottom, God is with you at the bottom. Not just to keep you company down there but to bring you back up to the top of the mountain. God will not let perish in the pit. He will help you blossom in His wind of change. Stay encouraged!

Suggested reading: Psalm 67:7; Luke 6:38; Matthew 5:4

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