whose report will you believe?

On election day, I wrote with faith, trust, and victory in my heart, “Your will be done.”

When reports came that those who stand for abortion, who don’t stand for the Church, the family, or for Israel; were being reported as the winner, I had to decide: “Do I trust God, and what He says to His prophets when God’s will doesn’t look like I thought it would?”

I made my decision to trust God, and what He said, and is saying to His prophets. And then…

PEACE!

Renewing my mind to faith and trust, and not to what the media predicts (regardless the issue), brings peace. Faith is trusting God and His way, when circumstance seems to shout a contrary message.

Whose report will you believe?

Blessings of Faith and Trust,

Jacquie

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I am a writer and counselor, who embraces joy and holds tight to hope. I live with my husband Ken, of 44 years, and he is the love of my life. I enjoy inspirational and devotional writing, home decor, gardening, and being in community. My husband and I are missionaries to children in Washington State, and love the privilege of being with them.

22 thoughts on “whose report will you believe?

    1. He is so worthy of our trust, faith and praise. I love this Scripture: “The Spirit is God’s guarantee that He will give us everything He promised and that He has purchased us to be His own people.” Ephesians 1:14. Blessings ♥

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  1. I am a person who believes in the right to life. I believe in and support the Church Universal and the Lord as my Savior. I love and support my family as well as the family of Christ throughout the world. I read my Bible daily and try to apply its principles to my life as I Walk the Talk. I am sorry you feel that everyone who voted for the Biden-Harris ticket are people “who stand for abortion, who don’t stand for the Church, the family, or for Israel.” It’s just not true! Many people are motivated as I am to remove from the White House a man whom we consider to be amoral, destructive to democracy, divisive, and untruthful. I believe many Republicans voted to get him out of the leadership so that the Republican party can rebuild itself to the moral base on which it was founded. I hope you can broaden your understanding of why I feel so strongly about this while remaining a devoted Christian. May God bless and unify us as a country. And may God bless you, {{{Jacquie}}}.

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    1. Thank you for expressing your heart so thoughtfully Jan. I choose to remain in love as well, and am operating from the premise of where officials stand. I believe we see these stands differently, and that is okay. I am thankful for the opportunity to share my beliefs and experiences here. God bless you my friend. ♥

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      1. Yes, I had a blog titled “Celebrate!” last week – and it speaks specifically to the point you make… the freedom to express our thoughts and be respectful of differences while we celebrate all the ways we are more in sync that separated. God bless you, too {{{Jacquie}}} ❤

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  2. Peace and Joy are always yours Jacquie. I am blessed any time you communicate your deep faith in the Lord. You represent well that the power of obeying God’s word in all things will bring faith, hope, love, joy and great peace. Have an awesome week!

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