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Divine Note #61 - When God gives you an answer - Habakkuk 2:2 & Psalm 102:18

Written Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010, Posted Friday, Dec. 3, 2010

Habakkuk 2:2 The LORD replies: “Write down the message I am showing you in a vision. Write it clearly on the tablets you use. Then a messenger can read it and run to announce it.”

Psalm 102:18 This will be written for a later generation, and a newly created people will praise the LORD;

When you aren’t used to hearing from God, it’s easy to chalk things up to “good luck” or maybe you “were at the right place at the right time.” I have learned to write everything down that is inspired by God. Whether he brings something to my mind, when a Scripture jumps off the pages of my Bible or when he gives me messages through other people, I write everything down!

I always advise people to write the things that God has done in their life, to be prepared for those times in our lives when things are not going well. A written record will enable you to remember the good things that God has done in your life. Journaling also helps you focus your thoughts and it can also help you write down things you need to discuss with God.

I also share my messages for God to encourage others and to let them know that God is real and he is active in the world. It’s up to you and me to share our walk, so we can encourage believers and inspire nonbelievers. Write down what God says to you! Watch your life change!
Big God Hugs,
Blanca

NOTE: I was inspired to pray for 31 people in December and write down my thoughts. As a result, I have recorded my December to Remember Divine Devotions on my other blog:  www.MyDivineJourney.blogspot.com. I invite you to read my daily devotions.

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