Another entry from the book: “How To Weave The Character Of Christ Into Your Life.” Trusting God With Our Concerns. By Timothy Baugh. March 17, 2019.

“Be still, (don’t be anxious, fretful, or worried) and know (acknowledge and understand) that I am God… I will be exalted among the heathen, (unknowing and unbelieving) I will be exalted in the earth.” Psalm 46: 10. (with my own insights added).   “Cast thy burden upon the LORD, (Give all your problems and concerns to God) and he shall sustain thee: (and he shall support you) he shall never suffer (allow) the righteous to be moved.” (the faithful believer in Him to be discouraged or shaken in his faith). Psalm 55: 22. (with my own insights added).   “In God have I put my trust: (unwavering faith and confidence) I will not be afraid (apprehensive or scared of) what man can do unto me.” Psalm 56: 11. (with my own insights added).       When our problems and concerns seem overwhelming and insurmountable; we either avoid dealing with them or cry out in utter frustration. Jesus didn’t want to run from His difficulties. Facing them ‘head on’ He could trust that even though He couldn’t solve them- God, His Father could, and would! May we likewise find ourselves able to do the same when faced with anything.

Let us remember to pray for our dear Sister Pat Veen (Child of God) while she is vacationing in Italy to visit her father. March 16, 2019.

Dear friends in Christ Jesus, Please remember to pray for Pat Veen (Child of God) that God would keep her safe and protected while in Italy. I wish to be seen as but a servant of Jesus Christ. To bring Him all honor and glory. Forgive me if your attention was ever diverted from Jesus by anything I wrote. I sincerely say that with tears. I will always seek to exalt Him and not myself. Thank you for liking what I have written, but remember that all the inspiration came from Him. In His Love, Timothy.

Help us, Lord, to become the kind of people that You want us to be.

Learning From God's Word

We read about Solomon – he built “his own house”, and he built “the House of the Lord” (1 Kings 6:37-7:1). Which was the most important to him? Which is most important to us – pleasing ourselves or serving You? Help us, Lord, not to be “lovers of self, lovers of money, lovers of pleasure”. “Lovers of God” – this is what You call us to be (2 Timothy 3:1-5). Help us, Lord, to keep on making our choice – to become the kind of people that You want us to be.

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