spiritualinspiration:

…the God who gives life to the dead and calls into being things that were not. Romans 4:17, NIV. Just as God calls things that are not as though they were, we should also declare what we want to see in our lives. In other words, you may have days when you don’t feel well, but don’t go around saying, “Ah, my back has been hurting me. I’m getting so old. I don’t think I’m ever going to get better.” When you speak like that, you are speaking defeat into your future. Instead, turn it around. Declare a report of victory by saying, “I may not feel up to par, but I know it’s only temporary. God is restoring health to me. I’m getting stronger, healthier and feeling younger. My best days are still up ahead.”
Remember, you’re going to get what you call in to your life. You have creative power in your words, and you are prophesying your future. Declare what God says about you—call it like He sees it. Declare that you are blessed and cannot be cursed. Declare hope, life and victory over every area of your life!

spiritualinspiration:

…the God who gives life to the dead and calls into being things that were not. Romans 4:17, NIV.

Just as God calls things that are not as though they were, we should also declare what we want to see in our lives. In other words, you may have days when you don’t feel well, but don’t go around saying, “Ah, my back has been hurting me. I’m getting so old. I don’t think I’m ever going to get better.” When you speak like that, you are speaking defeat into your future. Instead, turn it around. Declare a report of victory by saying, “I may not feel up to par, but I know it’s only temporary. God is restoring health to me. I’m getting stronger, healthier and feeling younger. My best days are still up ahead.”

Remember, you’re going to get what you call in to your life. You have creative power in your words, and you are prophesying your future. Declare what God says about you—call it like He sees it. Declare that you are blessed and cannot be cursed. Declare hope, life and victory over every area of your life!

(via spiritualinspiration)

The demonstration of God’s grace in David’s life is helpful for us. David, as flawed as he was, received God’s mercy. Likewise, our flaws, though not excuses to continue in sin, make us prime candidates for God’s mercy. Those of us who have put our trust in Jesus can stand on His promise to be with us always, even until the end of time (see Matthew 28: 20).

  (2013-08-01). Precepts for Living 2013-2014 (Kindle Locations 7811-7814). Urban Ministries, Inc.. Kindle Edition. 

(Source: unbrokenbygrace, via joacierto)

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I’m taking creating writing classes.  There’s nothing better than gathering more knowledge to improve my tales!