I must Practice Until No Situation Stinks

Hi, I’m Emma in Sedona and I’m going through Finding the Abundant Life.

So far my favorite verse I learned is “The latter glory of this house will be greater than the former .says the Lord of host and in this place, I will give peace ..declares the lord of hosts. …

This verse brings soo much peace into my heart as it was a reminder that things, life will get much better for me. That God has prepared a full happy life for me . that i will not necessarily keep living this type of unhappy life that I am living today.

Reading this first chapter. gave me much clear idea of what abundance my God can and will offer me … I’m excited to know that i can feel so much love and tranquility. And satisfaction where I am now ; to the point i wont even care about a restored marriage.. It makes me feel at peace. I have experienced such love and intimacy with God at some times .. but i guess it is just the tip, because i had not learned anything about being his bride.

Now HE is all i want. And HE is all i need , If i have Him i have everything .. It bring a sense of Trust ..i know i will be okey in any situation i must practice saying this until no particular situation no longer stinks ..

I went through a situation just a couple of days ago and I wish i would have remembered this because i let things get out of control kind of. BUT I used these powerful words earlier this week when my husband came home to work in the house i am living in. he comes a few times a week and sometimes spends the night but we sleep in separate beds. But after learning this, and saying it over and over we got and he even came with a noticeable kiss on the cheek. I was soo stunned.

I will be applying these principles by asking for guidance from my HH ..

~ Emma in Sedona

Do you want to PRAISE Him for how He’s shown you how you can also encourage other women who need help? Aren’t you thankful that Emma was so transparent and shared this with you an Encouraging Woman?

Remember, Matthew 7:13-14 tells us to “Enter by the narrow gate; for the gate is wide, and the way is broad that leads to destruction, and many are those who enter by it. For the gate is small, and the way is narrow that leads to life, and few are those who find it.”

And Psalm 100:4 tells us HOW to Enter— “Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise. Give thanks to Him, bless His name.”

Be sure to submit a Praise Report today and enter through that narrow gate few ever find!