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Isaiah 41: 10 -12

Do not fear, for I am with you; do not anxiously look about you, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, surely I will help you, surely I will uphold you with My righteous right hand. Behold, all those who are angered at you will be shamed and dishonored; those who contend with you will be as nothing, and will perish. You will seek those who quarrel with you, but will not find them, those who war with you will be as nothing, and non-existent.

This is one of the scriptures that everyone should highlight in their Bibles because if you don’t need it right now, you will. It is, to me, a foundation scripture. By that I mean that it is one of the scriptures that you can build your foundation upon. Don’t you feel God’s strong right hand when you read this passage? He is with you through thick and thin and He absolutely will uphold you. You are never down and out when you have God. You may feel down. You may feel trod upon. But, you will be sustained by His strength and His love. Look to Him and focus your attention on His righteousness. As the scripture says, do not anxiously look all around you. Just look at Him and trust Him to deliver you. Keep your focus on Him and let those problems melt away under His scrutiny. He is your God. He is your strength. He is your father.

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  1. WOW. That was sooooo good, and seemingly just perfect for today.
    I retired today, after 37 years. My office family was wonderful to me, and we have celebrated for two days. And, as I start this new chapter in my life, your message for today just seemed extra special and extra sweet.
    I recently shared copies of several of your daily messages with a friend who was searching for a devotional. I told her I only had a few that I read, and one of them was yours. She told me just today how much she had enjoyed them, and one in particular seemed to be written just for her. Thank you for following the Holy Spirit as you minister to us through your Word of the Day. Love You! Becky Drake PS. I signed up under my new email address ( so I can contunue to receive them. I will no longer use my uscourts email.

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