Quotes from YOU is a way to not only advertise Christian bloggers and their posts but to give you an idea of who these bloggers are. Selecting a particular quote from a blogger’s post that stands out to me, that I hope, stands out to you.
Usually, in a quote post, I select few, but this is the community. Take some time to hear what they have to say.
Here are quotes from bloggers that stood out to me in the month of January.
“God works in mysterious ways, and I can’t just keep taking my own self will back every time things don’t go my way. That my friends, is my biggest problem. I know he provides, and rewards the faithful. So what am I so afraid of?” – Walking On Unsteady Ground
“I simply believe that God cares for us in ways that are specific to each of us personally. Just as this kiddo believed the snow was falling for her birthday. I trust that God truly knows our hearts desires even more so than we do.” Brooke
“In our modern ways of worship, I sometimes fear we have allowed musical selections or environments or programs or gear or technology or a myriad other useful and even wonderful tools to drown out the simple, unassuming message of our King.. Don’t get me wrong – I love worship services both classic and modern and hymns both old and new. I also enjoy the entire Christmas season. But every year, I have to ask myself if I am still seeking the King in the midst of the festivities and activities. ” – Heather
“Sometimes we use vengeance as a tool for consoling ourselves. We get so wrapped up in self pity to the point where we become unproductive and toxic to ourselves and to those around us.” – Efua
“We honestly have enough troubles controlling our own selves! What are we thinking, when we imagine that we can do such a good job controlling others!! What if we asked God to be in control of our lives and then rest in faith in Him for His provision, protection, guidance and Presence?” – Ruth
“When God asks me to do something out of my comfort zone, I’ll know he will enable me to do it, no matter how hard. After all, if I can complete the monumental task of writing a poem, there’s no telling where I’ll go.” – Shae
“The things I owned were owning my emotions and draining my energy… I don’t want to forfeit my soul or what peace of mind I could have by eliminating the distractions that keep me from living simply in Christ. That’s why “living with less” became my number one resolution for 2019.” – Jess
“God’s whisper to my heart of late has been to “hand it over.” Some things are just too much. Psalm 131:1 says, things too high for me. God does not expect me to handle life’s problems on my own. I may not understand His plans but I know He knows best, is in control, and desires for me to have a wholehearted trust in Him. Hand it over or worry.” – Vivian
“I’m trying so hard to figure out what I’m supposed to do this year that I forget about the things I am already doing. Fortunately, Jesus reminds me that it’s okay to not know what’s next, but that He is guiding me every step of the way. Maybe I’m not supposed to know exactly what’s in store for this year, but I least I can know for a fact that there is something great and exciting waiting for me. I only have to trust God on His timing.” – Jenny
“Just as much as my children need to take instruction, accept correction and respect their mother and father, we have to do the same for our Father in heaven… I have become distracted by other things – the urgent, and not had my eyes fixed on Jesus – the most important. When that happens, I get discouraged and often make mistakes. God, through discipline, teaches us how to turn away from sin and toward holiness.” Love Joy Balance
(Written as a flash fiction piece) – “There is no hope,” she says. “God is holy, and I am profane! God is love, and I am hate! God is pure, and I am defiled! My heart has not perfectly loved God. The sins I commit just betray the sinful heart within me. There is nothing I can do! I cannot save myself! I’m going to die!” – Olivia
“I hope to bring myself closer to God while making decisions that honor Him and, therefore, honor the path of my soul. Here’s to new beginnings using the love, loss, and laughter as lessons to continue my journey of becoming my best self.” – Kiki
“I had things well planned. I had calculated everything… included all the important variables in the equation. However, I did not bank on the power of my infinite God to change my course.” – Lynn
Monthly Scripture – (NLT) 1 Timothy 1:19, “Cling to your faith in Christ, and keep your conscience clear. For some people have deliberately violated their conscience and as a result, their faith has been shipwrecked.”
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