God's Comfort

God saved us for eternity with Him, but He also provides comfort today. He cares for us, shows us mercy, and gives us favor.

Day One: Refuge
What does the word refuge make you think of? Maybe an imposing building with locks on the doors, maybe a thick-walled fortress, or perhaps something as simple as a canopy to keep you dry in a rainstorm...
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For more, see: "Our Refuge and Strength"

Day Two: Little Things Matter
Of course, God cares about the little things in our lives, because everything is "little" compared to God! Luke 12:7 says, "Indeed, the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Don't be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows"...
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Day Three: God with us
It is good to know that God is omnipresent (everywhere at one time)—it is one of His attributes. Coinciding with His omnipresence are the attributes of omniscience (all knowledge) and omnipotence (all power)...
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Day Four: God Provides
There are at least 169 verses in the Bible that refer to the ways God provides for us. Philippians 4:19 puts it simply: "My God will supply all your needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus"...
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Day Five: Mercy
God being merciful basically means that, when we deserve punishment, He doesn't punish us, and in fact blesses us instead. Mercy is the withholding of a just condemnation...
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Day Six: All Things are Possible
While God can do anything He wishes to do, God will not do things that would be against His holy will or contradictory to His purposes...
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Day Seven: Favor
The best definition of the word favor is "demonstrated delight." The favor of God can be described as "tangible evidence that a person has the approval of the Lord." When we favor someone, we want to be with him or her...
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For more, see: "Getting God's Best"

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Published 11-1-16