So be strong and courageous! Do not be afraid and do not panic before them. For the Lord your God will personally go ahead of you. He will neither fail you nor abandon you.” Deuteronomy 31:6 (NLT)
These words are the encouragement of Moses to the Israelites before Joshua leads them across the Jordan. In a miraculous, nature-defying feat, they step into their destiny with every reason to be fearful and impossibly able to take the glory for themselves.
Following God and the plans He has for you, will mean stepping into uncharted territory. Doing things that seem way out of your depth and comfort zone. Being courageous when courage seems absent. Sometimes it even means stepping into things, confident in his leading, but unsure of how it will actually work.
If it was possible that Joshua could lead the Israelites across the Jordan, there could be doubt cast upon whether God did it or he did. But when there's no way except God, then all the glory is His and YOU KNOW you're living in His will. It's uncomfortable. It's exciting. It's an adventure and it means letting go of the control and the fear and trusting that God is going before you.
‘The God Gap' is when it's impossible for you but if it comes off, nobody but God can get the glory! Courageous living means trusting the still small inside you.
While I'm writing this I really feel an encouragement to anyone on the path of infertility. It's simple and it's this scripture: “For the Lord your God will personally go ahead of you. He will neither fail you nor abandon you.” – We absolutely love you and are so committed to uplift, inspire and encourage you to be courageous!
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