Thank you my friend. Have a blessed and prosperous week! Blessings and Peace!
For the last couple weeks, I have not had a book review for you all. My thought process is that during these times of quarantine reading God’s word is the best review I could ever give. I prefer the King James Version and do use the New King James Version from time to time for the benefit of our readers. But whatever translation will help you to get the best understanding is the one I would suggest to you.
There is a prayer and scripture to remedy every form of human condition known and unknown to man within those sixty-six books. No matter how hopeless situations appeared; there was always a solution to the problem with usually a victorious outcome. For which we are all praying for this moment in time.
Perhaps now would be a very good time to pull out that Bible, to seek out the prayers and miracles in the Word of God. There are many of those written that can encourage your hearts in this time of uncertainty. There are many scriptures that can soothe your worries and concerns. One of my favorites is “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.” (Philippians 4:6-7)
In these troubled times, we pray blessings and peace for you all in Jesus’ name. Amen.
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Thank you for this post and for following my new blog!
No worries. We as believers have to stick together and support each other how and whenever we can!
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I couldn’t agree more so! It is the command of God to love one another and especially those in the household of faith…
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Yes, He says, “My peace I give you, but not as the world gives.” I say this in my prayers and then “His peace passeth all understanding”, and His peace covers me.
Amen. Good to hear from you my friend. It’s been a long time. Thank you so much for stopping by. Blessings and Peace!