Little ad, big faith.
The LORD protects those of childlike faith. Psalm 116:6 New International Version.
Can you trace when you took your first big step of faith in Jesus?
I grew up on a small cash crop farm and was determined to either live my life on the farm or in the small town close by.
A severe economic recession hit and I suffered very badly.
One day there was a small ad for a school in a big city. It seemed to just jump out at me. I wrestled over it and every time I read the latest edition of that newspaper that ad jumped out at me.
I was very afraid but took the leap of faith that that is where God wanted me to go.
It was one of the best things to happen in my life.
It was there God revealed so much to me and lead on a thirty year adventure of service and discovery of Him and His plans in my life.
I guide you in the way of wisdom and lead you along straight paths. — Proverbs 4:11 New International Version.
Prayer: Thank you Jehovah Rohi (God is our Sheppard) for guiding Your beloved little lamb through the life You have prepared for me. I give thanks in the name of the best Sheppard Jesus Christ. Amen
May you be blessed with Gods divine love, peace and joy.
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