He cares for you


Peter asked the question in the storm-troubled-ship. The question points to whether Jesus cared for him and others (Mark 4:38).  He said; “teacher, do you not care that we perish?”

Sometimes,  everyone has a negative thought from time to time. They’re simply the price we pay for living in an imperfect world. And those negative thoughts, when not properly controlled and dominated by God’s positive word, distort the reality of our lives, and weighs us down with overwhelming stress.

The unanswered question is whether those negative thoughts reflects the whole truth of the matter. It doesn’t, because God’s word has made provisions for us in the cross. Like animals help their young, he carries us through life storms.

Can a mother forget her sucking child that she will not have compassion on the child of her womb? Yet the word says; “she may, but God will not forsake us” (Isaiah 49:15). He will always care for us, because he advice us to cast our worries upon him (1 Pet. 5:7).

Open your heart and mind to God’s presence in your life. Remember how he has made things work out well in the past. It is better to have the right perspective, by allowing the creative and productive thought of God’s caring love and grace  flood our heart than wonder in the dark. He cares for us and will always do.


Inspirational Nugget: Banish negative and disparaging self-talk by speaking about God’s caring provision for your  life.


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