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  1. We need to pay attention when the Holy Spirit gives us a hesitation. We often feel rushed to say something that doesn’t need to be said, or to do something that will not be uplifting for anyone. We need to stay connected to the Vine, and abide in Christ so that we can sense His continuous presence.

  2. I have actually been considering getting a small tattoo as a visual reminder to myself that Christ is my Lord and King, my Savior and Friend. So you dream of a tattoo on your finger may become my reality :). I also like post it notes with bible verse strategically set so I can’t miss seeing them and reading them. Thanks so much for sharing!

  3. This. “talking to God as His daughter.” He has been showing me what it means for Him to be a good Father… so this gets me thinking… what does it mean to talk to God like this daughter? Hmmm……

  4. Beginning the day with God and talking to Him throughout the day. When I do both of these, I feel like I’m more stable attached to the Truth!

  5. “Keeping Jesus on my mind when I have some moments of down time.” This is such a great reminder. So often people can struggle with downtime and feeling like they need to be ‘doing’ something even though the task is actually not necessary or mindless!

    1. Yes, thank you for the comment! I struggle with this too (feeling as if I need to be DOING something constantly). God is good to show us the way.

  6. This. Right here. “There is greatness in the small gestures in life. There is love.” I’ve seen it happen. I also love that we can -freely- check it with the Holy Spirit, and be encouraged, calmed, protected, and stopped- from sinning or displeasing God! and I am learning to talk to Jesus as a friend and a brother. (from my 85 yo mother actually!)
    Thanks for these wonderful reminders.

  7. He is the Savior. He loves his children in all situations. He wants us to be surrender to him and rest is his responsibility. He want us to turn around towards him.

    Psalm 37:5
    “Commit your way to the Lord. Trust in Him, and He will act.”

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