The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the defense of my life; whom shall I dread? Psalm 27:1
There are two words, when used out of proper context or in a questionable setting, that have the power to rob a person of victorious confidence. Those words are, “What if”.
I don’t get the promotion?
I don’t pass the test?
I am not accepted?
My health fails?
I make the wrong decision?
My money runs out?
“What if?” is a question often based on fear. It is also a term which requires a bold answer. We are all aware when experience coincides with faith; we tend to be at our strongest. When difficulties arise and our faith is tested, experience has the ability to come alongside and say, “The God of yesterday is still the God of today.”
Though a host encamps against me, my heart will not fear; though war arises against me, in spite of this I shall be confident. Psalm 27:3
Your best days are ahead of you!
Notes from the Staff @The Woods