Wherever You Are, God Is! NEW!
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The Lord promises that we can always run to Him when we are afraid and anxious, when we are having health issues, confused or sad, or overwhelmed with discouragement. Wherever you are, He is always there to protect and comfort you.
Lord, this world is so small in comparison to your greatness. Your presence is everywhere at every moment, and You promise to be with us wherever we go. Guide us in the next step of our lives; give us the confidence to move to where You have called us. We trust in You from the rising of the sun to its going down.
Do you really like one of these Bible verses? Write it down! Memorize it! Think about it wherever you are! When you think about your Father-Mother, God, and how much He/She loves you, you won't be afraid. Then you can do school or sports - or whatever. And do it well.
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Leviticus 3 talks about the preparation of animal sacrifices and ends by saying, "All fat belongs to the LORD. This is a permanent rule for your future generations, wherever you live. You must not eat any fat or blood." (Lev. 3:16-17) What on earth is this about? Why would God single these things out?
Wherever they are, it is obvious that God's true people do not truly "fit" into this world and its society. For Jesus continued: "If they persecuted Me, they will also persecute you" (v. 20). And Jesus called His people the "little flock" (Luke 12:32).
Kole Farney is a writer, speaker and assistant to Jim Elliff at Christian Communicators Worldwide. He is one of six pastors of Christ Fellowship of Kansas City, a network of congregations that meet primarily in homes in the Kansas City metro. Kole is passionate about encouraging pastors, helping churches, orphan care, and teaching people how to study the Bible for themselves. He is husband to Rachel and dad to Karter and Russell. 2b1af7f3a8