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Trust Him Psalm 46:1-3: God is our refuge and strength, A very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, Even though the earth be removed, And though the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea; Though its waters roar and be troubled, Though the mountains shake with its swelling. For my good friend, New surroundings can bring about uncertainty. When God promotes us to new levels, often times we find ourselves in a strange land among strange people. We may long for familiar smells and sights from our homeland. Psalm 46 reminds us that God is our refuge and strength. When feelings of loneliness and uncertainty set in, we have to rest in God’s strength. Not our strength, HIS strength! He’s able! At our weakest times, his strength is most evident. We’ve all heard the phrase, “If God will bring you to it, he will bring you through it, take comfort in those words and trust that he will divide your fear and uncertainty just as he divided the Red Sea. You can rest assured he will bring you out better than you went in! God has plans for your life which have already been spoken into creation and finished according to his purpose.  Right now is only a brief stopping point along the way. 2011 represents an expected disorder and imbalance, a vibrational shift in the land. If everyone on earth added their age (after their 2011 birthdate) plus the last two-digits of the year of their birth, your total would be 11 or 111. The true test comes in believing when there is no evidence, but if you need it, God has provided it. Everyone from the youngest to the oldest person can expect a level of disorder in their life this year.  Along with that disorder, take comfort in knowing that God is only balancing things out for our good. Do not fear the raging storms or the high gas prices. Trust God in what he is doing. Trust Him! Trust Him! Trust Him! At the appointed time, he will speak and peace shall be still! It’s only a matter of time. Much Love, Mrs. Misenheimer

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