Saturday, January 21, 2012

Boxer Puppy Greeted By Herd Of Cows On Walk.

This boxer puppy is not afraid of a big cow greeting!  Talk about facing the giants!  This puppy seems to have no fear of the cows that are sniffing him.  It's like they have a non verbal form of communicating, and I love it!
  No matter what giants you are facing right now, you can take courage.  The circumstances in your life have not caught Jesus by surprise.  He had to face many giants, and He never failed one moment of time!  He knows how to walk you through this!  You can lie down in green pastures, resting, knowing that He is before you, behind you, beside you and above you, protecting you from the evil one!  Psalm 23:1-3, "The LORD is my shepherd;
I shall not want.  He makes me to lie down in green pastures; He leads me beside the still waters.  He restores my soul; He leads me in the paths of righteousness for His name’s sake.
  He will render your enemies useless against you, and will turn around for good what satan means for evil.  Teenager David, shouted to the giant in his life in 1 Samuel 17:47, "Then all this assembly shall know that the LORD does not save with sword and spear; for the battle is the LORD’s, and He will give you into our hands.”  David faced Goliath with confidence, while all of the rest of Israel's soldiers had been cowards.  David KNEW God kept His promises, and he went toward the giant, not because of how he felt, or anything he could do, but because he KNEW God wouldn't let Him down!  And God didn't let him down!  That's why we read that story in the Bible!  If David had relied on his own feelings and ability, he wouldn't have gone forward.  But, we have an all powerful, all knowing God, and nothing, I mean nothing, is too hard for Him!  As the angel said in Luke 1:37, "what is impossible for us, is possible with God"!  Your giant may be addiction, relationship problems, financial strain, disappointment with life, abuse, illness, grief, depression, or one of the many things we can experience in life as humans.  God is with you, and if you just admit to Him you can't do it on your own, He will take over:-)  That is a good thing!  Exodus 14:14, "The Lord is fighting for you! So be still!”   \
  God's best 2 U,       Joy J

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