Today, I would like to share with you an article from Joyce Meyer. Remember as you read this the blog I posted yesterday. This is just one more thing that we must consider in our lives: hope.
When hope’s dreams seem to drag on and on, the delay can be depressing. But when at last your dream comes true, life’s sweetness will satisfy your soul (Proverbs 13:12, TPT).
The following article that I post comes from the Do It Afraid Bible Study that I’m currently doing (and maybe some of you might have joined me). After this article, I want to show you my favorite song that I highly encourage you to memmorize and get it deep into your heart for tough times. God bless!
My Favorite Song
Here is my favorite song I told you about. This is one I’m sure some of you are familiar with, called Everlasting God. Like I said, I encourage you to memmorize the Scripture it is based off of (and you will see what I mean both when you read the article I posted above and when you listen to the song), and the song also. This way, you will have something to hold onto in tough, hard-to-trust-God types of times. Thank you so much for reading this blog once again. Please post your feedback in the comments. How has this blog helped and richly blessed you?
I couldn’t find one with lyrics that had the child talking at the end, which is my favorite. I was going to post the lyrics in a link anyway for the visually impaired. However, pertaining to the video, you may have to write the lyrics down when you read them from the link so you will have them in front of you until you have it in your heart. God bless and I hope you enjoy this song!
Now, here is the link to the lyrics of the song:
Do you want to know this hope that we have in Jesus? Well, here’s how:
Now that you have accepted Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior and know this hope, I would encourage you to plug into a local Church Community. If you are in the OKC area, at 12:30 P.M., Preach Unto Them Jesus, whose Church I attend (not latetly due to being at risk for COVID-19), has their service on Sundays. On Wednesdays, they have their service at 6:30 P.M. Also, using the same facility, at 10:15 A.M., The Parish does their services. I forgot to tell you, but Preach holds their services in what we call The Fellowship Hall. It’s the nroth building of the facility. The adress for those in this area is 2101 NW 16th. For more information about The Parish, go to http://www.theparishokc.com and you will also see that they have a YouTube Channel that you can watch from home. They have also an email list where every week, they send out the Scripture Companion and the link for the YouTube Channel. God bless!