"Brothers and sisters, fill your minds with whatever is good and true, whatever is pure, whatever is noble and right, whatever is lovely, whatever is honorable and admirable, if anything is excellent or praiseworthy, think about such things. Put them into practice, and God -who gives us peace- will be with you." (Philippians 4:8)

"Thanks for the Gift: I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." (Philippians 4:13)

We must train our minds to think upon these positive and peaceful things. We must keep our minds protected, because the devil could take advantage of those vulnerable ones.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

"Surrender to God´s feet."

"Surrender to God´s feet."

Exploring yourself into your heart and discover something brand new: the new you...

What is it in your heart?? What do you have in mind?? Are you afraid about what you are about to discover??... Some of this message was shared with me by a dear Christian friend...

Surrender is a word that most people don´t like to hear and find it difficult to do, because something about human nature still wants to be in control. We need the light of knowing, in order to assure us that we are still safe. Although, fear of the unknown stops us from going as we walk into the tunnel to the unknown of darkness. Faith and trust in God should enter into the picture, because of all the promises God made to us. Unless we truly believe in His promises with our hearts, we won´t ever surrender completely to God. God wants all of you, not just little pieces.

The supreme example of self-surrender is Jesus. The night before His crucifixion, Jesus surrendered Himself to God´s plan. He prayed, "Father, everything is possible for You. Please, take this cup of suffering away from me. Yet I want Your will, not mine." (Mark 14:36)
God´s will be done in all circumstances, no matter what we do. This level of maturity does not come so easily.
When you walk through the storm, hold your head up high, and don´t be afraid of the dark. At the end of the storm is a golden sky.

Best Regards,
Starry Dawn.

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