DON’T JUST DO IT…DO IT AFRAID!!


Sorry there was no blog post yesterday.  It was Joe’s first day of school, and things were pretty hectic around here! 🙂

First of all, the school is some distance from where we live, and the bus service won’t be available for another week…so I had to take him, and pick him up.  Due to miscalculations of how much time it would take in comparison with traffic, I ended up being in the car for 4 1/2 hours yesterday between coming and going!  Needless to say, I didn’t get much else done; hence…no post.

Today was better-at least time wise this morning-thank the Lord!

I drew this from my Promise Box when I arrived back home from dropping him off at school.

“Behold, God is my salvation; I will trust, and not be afraid.” -Isaiah 12:2

As many of you know, I have a little sign on my refrigerator that says: “DO IT AFRAID!”  

Let me tell you…I did it afraid yesterday! I have not been behind the wheel of a car for over four years, due to an accident that happened.  But yesterday, I had no other choice but to trust God, …and try not to be afraid!  There was no one else to take my son to school-so I had to get behind the wheel, and let God do the driving…and He did!

There used to be an old saying…”Just do it!”  But I added a little more to that phrase.  I say: …”Don’t just do it…trust God…and then do it afraid!”

Here’s the poem that was with the promise:

“In God, I put my trust, I neither doubt nor fear, for man can never harm with God my Helper near!” -Unknown

Amen to that!  Like it says in Phillipians 4:13…”I can do ALL things through Christ who strengthens me.”  So can you! So, trust God…and then DO IT AFRAID!

Anita

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