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2 Chronicles 20:17 (New International Version)

17. You will not have to fight this battle. Take up your positions; stand firm and see the deliverance the LORD will give you, O Judah and Jerusalem. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged. Go out to face them tomorrow, and the LORD will be with you.

Discouragement is a feeling of despair, sadness or lack of confidence. A discouraged person is usually disheartened. When we try to handle our own worries, cares, and fears and they collapse around us, we realize we are not in control. Then if it is not dealt with, a person can become depressed. During this Christmas Season, many people will deal with this issue. Not having enough money to buy presents, or keeping up with other traditions will cause tremendous stress. Just the times we live in will cause us to be anxious. In this scripture above this was a "big" thing, buying or getting presents is not a "big" thing. But it can have the same effects! Whatever battle you are facing , I just pray for you to have peace in your heart, after you have done all that is required of you, then just take your position and stand firm. You can absolutely be assured the Lord is with you and the battle is His!

2 comments:

Beth in NC said...

Hey Sister! Thanks so much for posting my button on your page!

Bless you!
Beth

Denise said...

Sweet blessings to you.