wow almost 1/2 way done BrittKnee
Well Is it ok to do my own devotional instead of using yours ? No offense . Well so far its been ok i know i can do better . But freshmen girls we need to do something like a random dance party or make a dance routine . Hint i have a christian song . A cough . Anyways the most i think ive grown with God is through worship .Even when i have a bad day i remember the songs with me . But my struggle is still reading the Bible . I dunno i feel forced when i know im not . It feels almost like a H.W ASSIMENT i know thats bad but ya . But i have read mathew 5 alot its like my favorite bible versse chapter 4 now it says...Blessed r those who r poor in the spirit for thiers a kingdom in heaven blessed r those who mourn for they will be comforted blessed r the meek for they will inherit the earth blessed r those who hunger and thirst for rightiousness for they will be filled blessed r the merciful for they will be shown mercy blessed r the peace makers for they will be called sons of god "and my favorite PART !!" Blessed r those who r persicuted because of rightousness for thier kindom is inheaven . Blessed r u when people insult you and fasley say all kinds of evil against u because of me . Rejoice and be glad because a great reward in heaven . That sticks with me to know i have cofidence in God . And people can try brerak me . But its like they can make fun of u but your still happy because u got christ and he will always be there and he is waaay cooler than the world . so thats 1 thing im getting :)
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What if the noise of godless media is drowning out the voice of God? Not all media is bad... but maybe the distraction away from God is making harder to hear and see God at work.
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