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Divine Note #60 - Do you believe that God responds? Habakkuk 1:5

Divine Note #60 –Written on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010 posted Dec. 3, 2010

Habakkuk 1:5 The Lord replies: “Look at the nations. Watch them. Be totally amazed at what you see. I am going to do something in your days that you would never believe. You would not believe even if someone told you about it.”

Think about your spiritual senses. Is your awareness of God strong enough so that you know when he responds to your prayers? God is always working in our lives, but sometimes we focus on those things we want instead of what God is trying to tell us. In this Scripture, God responds to Habakkuk’s questions. 

Our God is a God of miracles – he has unlimited power and he can use it to answer prayers that are within his will for you and me. Do you believe that God answers prayer? Do you believe that God does great things? Yes! Our God is an awesome God and he can change your life and mine in less than a second. Anticipate that God will answer your prayers.

Big God Hugs,
Blanca

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