Wednesday’s Words of Encouragement

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Happy Wednesday!

I pray that your day has been filled with an abundance of joy, peace, prosperity, and provision!

Speaking of being filled, I have a question. How are you viewing your life on a daily basis? Are you looking at it from a cup half full or cup half empty prospective?

If you are looking at it from a worldly prospective 9 times out of 10 it’s probably half empty. When we use worldly principles, we tend to always say we don’t have enough. Whether it’s not enough time, enough food, enough clothes and shoes, or enough money; we always look at our lives as if it’s not enough.

Well let me encourage you today to look at your cup from a half full prospective. Gods Word is the blueprint to a full and abundant life. When we follow the principles of the Kingdom, God will make sure your refrigerators, closets, and wallets are never empty. If you don’t believe me just read it for yourself. In Proverbs 13:25 His word assures us that we will never go hungry because He will make sure we are full.  In  Psalms 107:9 NLT, it confirms that  “…he satisfies the thirsty and fills the hungry with good things.” God’s Word also tells us that we will not have to worry about what we will eat or wear (Matthew 6:31-32).

So, I want to encourage you today to leave the half empty mindset in the world because as long as you believe in God and His Word you will go from having a half full prospective to a cup running over (Psalms 23:5).

Philippians 4:19 NLT; “And this same God who takes care of me will supply all your needs from his glorious riches, which have been given to us in Christ Jesus.” 

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