Proverbs 3:5-6 “Trust in the Lord with all thine heart and lean not unto thine own understanding, 6) In all thy ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct your paths. (KJV) *Have confidence, be secure …

Proverbs 3:5-6 “Trust in the Lord with all thine heart and lean not unto thine own understanding, 6) In all thy ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct your paths. (KJV)
*Have confidence, be secure and hope in the One True Eternal God, with every ounce of your being, do not lean on or trust in your own perspective and/or ability. For during the course of your life, confess Him as Adonai (Lord and Master) and He will lead you in the ways you shall live and/or go. There is no lack in Him, having confidence in Adonai, your (Lord and Master), walking in a place of knowing that He is in the driver’s seat and we are no longer driving from the passenger’s seat. We can have confidence in knowing that He is more than able to do anything that we could ever ask or think. We can live out of this place of His fullness. We can have the confidence in the fact that what Jesus brought and paid for is our inheritance. To live in the fullness of the Cross, we must believe and accept His truth. We were crucified with Christ, we were buried with Him, because we died with Him, and we rose and are alive with Him. To live in the fullness on this side of the Cross in this bodily form, we must learn to be still by waiting with great expectations, move forward through knowing that your security, worthiness, and righteousness is in Him. You are valuable. (Eph. 3:16-19; Exodus 14:13, 15) Being still means calm, quiet, or silence. Beloved child of God you need to quiet yourself to hear the voice of the Living God above all the other voices and noise that tries to occupy your ears. Psalm 46:10 “Be still and know that I am God.” The enemy likes to keep you busy, so that you cannot be led by God. He knows that your activities keep you doing things that may not be led by God, thus causing you to not fulfill God’s will for you. Don’t move without knowing that God is leading you. Never follow your need, rather follow God’s will. Your submission to God in any circumstance or situation is a necessity. You must trust Him to be led by Him. At all times press into God and keep your eyes on Him. This is also how you turn around a situation or correct the confusion about God’s will you may presently have. Put aside everything else and place your eyes on the Lord.

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