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Day 131 - Should You Accept What May Never Be Seen?

Finding Your Creative Bones® 365-Day Devotional © 2023


What is your capability to accept what may never be seen?

Just how much faith do you have? How much do you believe? How strong is your capability to accept what may never be seen?


Do you have to see the multitudes be fed to believe? Do you have to see Jesus walking across the waters to the apostle's boat to understand? Do you have to have witnessed David's faith to believe he was truly dedicated to the Lord?


Do you need more than you already have to accept, believe and rejoice? Why? Is there nothing in your life you can look to so that you can confirm the truth? Are you sure?


If there is nothing, accept it anyway. Grow your capability to accept what may never be seen, and show your faith. Believe and rejoice, for you are a true child of our Lord, and he waits patiently for you to join him one day. Until then, persevere, bring others to him, and rejoice, for you are blessed beyond your understanding.


Prayer:

There are moments when my faith seems to waver. These moments cause me sorrow. I do believe, and I am sorry that the strength of my belief is inconsistent. Remind me, Lord, of the times I have seen you in my life. Help me stop ignoring them. I know you have been there, yet a blinder seems to come over my memory, and I question. Erase the blindness and shine the light of clarity into my heart and mind. Amen.

Zentangle, Inc., Original Tangle COURANT Drawn on Blue QoR Watercolor Background with Black Micron by Texas Artist and Author Cindy Rae Fancher, CZT®

a tangle originated by Zentangle, Inc.



Word of the Day

CLARITY


Learn how to draw COURANT. Tangle Artist Didier Gervy illustrates the steps to drawing COURANT.




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I have faith in you, God, as you are always shining the light of clarity into my heart and mind. Thank you.

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