Stability in Jesus

Stability in Jesus

Psalm 18:36 “You broaden the path beneath me, so that my ankles do not turn.”

[You attend to the details I can’t even think about, Lord,  like where my next step will be; your capacity to deal with the minutia of our lives is amazing.

You protect through provision of exactly what we need, and bring us on to the place of achievement and success that you have designed for each—the good works you prepared for us to do (Eph. 2:10).

All credit, honor, praise and glory must go to you, Heavenly Father. You are the One to be exalted, not us in what we accomplish. We play the small role you give, while you move all the events of history along to accomplish the ending of time, the elimination of sin and death–the glorious conclusion you have for us.

I thank you and praise you for the privilege of knowing you, being your child, working as your partner, trusting you by praising in all circumstances. Help us to continually remember that reality is joining you in your plans, not you joining us in ours. If anyone is to follow Jesus, we must deny ourselves take up our cross and follow Him and no one else.

To you, Lord God, be glory and honor in all: may your name be exalted, may your Word be lifted up, may many be drawn to you today through what you are doing in our lives.]

May be an image of twilight and lake