Posted by: Pure Glory | 03/01/2019

The Lord Cares For You!

by Hazel Straub

Discouraged because life has not happened as you anticipated? The darkest part of the night occurs just before dawn.

Your time of wandering in the wilderness, teaches you to trust in God alone. His presence and favor go with you. Is the journey easy? No! Tests and trials are not fun but they build spiritual muscles. He is preparing you for the destiny, for which he created you. You are acquiring character, patience, hope, faith and love that will anchor you, when suddenly God’s promises manifest in your life.

And you saw how the LORD your God cared for you all along the way as you traveled through the wilderness, just as a father cares for his child. Now he has brought you to this place.(Deuteronomy 1:31 NLT)

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  1. I needed this right at this moment. I was getting ready to delete my account. I might, still. But I’m glad I found this.

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    • So glad this post spoke to you. You are loved and it will not always be difficult. The dawn is taking out the darkness.


  2. Reblogged this on osarobohenry.


  3. ya i am in full suport of this..


  4. yes God cares for me everytime. he plays with me sleep with me eat with me weep with me.. does mostly things with me. but more then this he always save me care me love me more then me

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  5. did this happens to you anytime ??


    • Yes, this happened to me. I am sure most people have experienced times when life did not go as planned. We all have wilderness seasons.

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      • May i know your name and where are you from ??


      • it is on the post, Hazel. We are in the USA.

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  6. Thank you, Lord. For the wilderness experience, the valleys we go through. It’s to test our character, to strengthen our faith. When You bring us through it all, that’s how You show us Your grace, and love!

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  7. “The darkest part of the night occurs just before dawn.” – so very true! Triple amen!!

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  8. Preach! God carries us through our darkest hour and will always be with us through every storm. Loved your post!

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  9. Amen. I heard something earlier today about when disappointments and discouragements come our way, the best way to get through them is not to simply endure but to embrace them. God will see us through.

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  10. “Your time of wandering in the wilderness, teaches you to trust in God alone.” YES! AMEN! I can testify to that! I’m glad He led me to read this post. It’s timely for this time around and I’ll share it to my best friend. God bless and keep safe! ❤

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    • Tammy, so good to hear that you can testify to this post. God bless you, your family and your best friend. God is blessing you and keeping you safe. He is shining his face on you and giving you shalom, whole and complete with nothing broken or missing. Love and hugs!

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      • Awww AMEN && AMEN! Indeed I receive that outpouring words of blessings & godly prophecy over my family, bestie & in my life in Jesus mighty name! Thank you greatly my true sister in Christ! ❤ God bless you beyond measure in all ways in Jesus name! Right back to you!

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      • ♥️

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