Hope is Always a Prayer Away

This week is a follow-up post to this one. If you don’t go back and read that post, there’s a 6-week sermon series from Life.Church called Pre-Decide. This series is a game-changer. If you’re on autopilot and want to change your life check this series out. Week 1 Take Back Your Life, week 2 Ready, week 3 Consistency, week 4 Getting Closer to God. I’ve gathered them on my YouTube playlist here

Week 5 Faithful. Every interaction is an opportunity to add value. We receive our resources from God. When we are obedient with the resources God gives, we add value, and the outcome is God’s responsibility, we only need to do what we’re told. 

Week 6 Finishing. This week’s message spoke into my relationships, my writing, and my soul. I feel hopeless right now. Some days it feels like there’s a war in my heart, my home, and my work all at the same time. Going through this past week, I felt like I want to quit. What do you do when you don’t have the strength to keep going? Let God carry you. 

If you’re in the same space I’m in right now, let God carry you. At the end of the sermon, I said a prayer. If you feel you need the same prayer, download it, print it, and carry it with you. 

Check out Life.Church online here: Life.Church – YouTube

Check out My Hope playlist here: Hope at Church – YouTube

If you check out the playlist, I’m continuing to add the sermon updates in the coming weeks. You can also check out Life.Church directly on YouTube. 

Hope to see you there!

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