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Hello Ladybugs,


Have you been experiencing the power of Elohim this week?  I sure have!  As things in my life start to change—some good and wanted, others unwanted—He has reminded me He never changes.


Please read Psalm 102:25-27a 


Most of us do not like change but wouldn’t life be boring without?  Without good change, we would not have a reason to rejoice. And without some not-so-good changes, we would not a reason to hope in Elohim. 


Change is how we grow and improve ourselves no matter how young or old we are.  It is how God molds us to be everything He has created us to be.  While He continues to mold us throughout our lives, He is already perfect.  His love for us is perfect and His will and path for our lives is perfect. 


Jeremiah 29:11 says, “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the LORD, They are plans for good and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.”


These are some of the most encouraging words I have ever memorized in all scripture as unwanted change happens in my life.  But as children of the most high God (ELOHIM) and followers of His son, Jesus Christ, we can be sure when change happens in our lives, Elohim is in total control and it is for our good and His perfect will as we walk with Him in inside of us.


Take courage ladies, God never changes.  He is the same yesterday, today and forever.  As you face challenges and changes in your life, lean on Elohim—God, Mighty Creator.


Prayer Time

Reflect On:  Psalm 102

Praise God: For His unchanging nature—no matter what happens to us or to the world around us, God remains the cames.

Confess:  Any tendency to place God on your own level, as though He is subject to the same laws and limitations of creation as you are.

Ask God:  To help you perceive His greatness more fully so that you will stop projecting your own feelings and judgments on Him.

Offer Thanks:  That our Creator is perfect—nothing could be added to or subtracted from Him to improve His nature.


Have a blessed day!

Always loving the Lord and all of you,

Lori Robbins

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