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My Divine Note: I am yours! - Psalm 119:94

July 15, 2011 Psalm 119:94 I am yours. Save me, because I have searched for your guiding principles.

God’s guiding principles are many times quite simple yet we make them so complex. In my seasons of sin it’s hard to walk in God’s guiding principles. Instead, it seems like Blanca’s guiding principles kick in and I shift into drive and take off so easily.

One thing that I try not to do is remove myself from God’s grasp when I’m not walking in his guiding principles – aka sinning. Instead, I am open about my sin because that helps me work through it. I am not justifying my sin; but I am simply not allowing the evil one to put me over the edge anymore.

Many people who have walked away from God feel like he will not forgive them or that they aren’t worthy of coming before him again. Well, I have good news if that’s your situation: God loves you no matter what.

You are his. ♥

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