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Feb 17

Hello, Lord!
Thank you again for consistent internet (wifi)!! I actually almost forgot to post, seeing as I am not used to being able to do so two days in a row, lol. Thank you for my new level of organization, and thank you for motivation and learning and forward progress! Thank you for THREE bathrooms and two showers to choose from, and thank you for the ability to stay warm and dry and comfortable and safe! Thank you for giving my husband a positive first experience with our giant amorphous solar panels, now that we finally have a safe place to lay them out and test them! Please guide us both in the direction you would have us to go, both together and in our individual pursuits. I look forward to seeing what lies ahead, even what I manage to accomplish this night, and the rest of this week. Thank you, Shepherd, for so very much encouragement!

 
Hebrews 6:12-20 ERV

We don’t want you to be lazy. We want you to be like those who, because of their faith and patience, will get what God has promised. 
God made a promise to Abraham. And there is no one greater than God, so he made the promise with an oath in his own name—an oath that he would do what he promised. 
He said, “I will surely bless you. I will give you many descendants.” 
Abraham waited patiently for this to happen, and later he received what God promised. 
People always use the name of someone greater than themselves to make a promise with an oath. The oath proves that what they say is true, and there is no more arguing about it. 
God wanted to prove that his promise was true. He wanted to prove this to those who would get what he promised. He wanted them to understand clearly that his purposes never change. So God said something would happen, and he proved what he said by adding an oath. 
These two things cannot change: God cannot lie when he says something, and he cannot lie when he makes an oath. So these two things are a great help to us who have come to God for safety. They encourage us to hold on to the hope that is ours. 
This hope is like an anchor for us. It is strong and sure and keeps us safe. It goes behind the curtain. 
Jesus has already entered there and opened the way for us. He has become the high priest forever, just like Melchizedek.

 
Thank you, Jesus, for giving us HOPE. Thank you for consistently leading us forward, always caring for us and never letting us down. We always have what we need, even when we walk through difficult times. Thank you for your faithful care, Lord. Help me to remain humble, teachable, and willing to serve you and accept your timing. Help me to keep my eyes on you, not on the things I can do or want to do. Amen. 🙂

 

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