The LORD, is my Light and my Salvation; whom shall I fear? The LORD is the strength of my life: of whom shall I be afraid? Psalm, Chapter 27: 1.
When I’m confused and afraid I’m going to make the wrong decision, I pray and God Lights the way for me. He gives me a feeling of what to do. No, He doesn’t say, “Debbie, this is what you should do.” When I talk to Him, my prayers tend to be less formal and more like a conversation with God, except for when I say the Lord’s Prayer.
When I’m stressed and God doesn’t want me to worry, He gives me a calm feeling I call the Peace Which Passes All Understanding.
After I pray, asking God for guidance, I try to listen to the instincts that God gives me. If I get a calm feeling, I move forward on it. If I have an unsettling feeling, I wait because sometimes it’s not God’s Will or the timing just isn’t right. God always sees the Big Picture and knows when the timing is right for us. When I trust the instincts that God gives me, my life seems much more stress-free and things seem to fall into place.
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