Inspiration in Faith

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Encouragement

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17.-Encourage-sunset

Sometimes we just need a little encouragement from one another. Just thought i would post a reminder to myself. I sometimes forget that we can help uplift each other.

In case you are in a slump, down, or just want to hear something positive, here are some words to help you make it through another day.

We all need a little push to help us brave the day. There are days that are better than others. On those other days where we struggle a bit, it is good to hear positive and uplifting words.

We are human. We make mistakes. We stumble. We sin. We get down.

Keep your eyes on God and Jesus and watch your day turn into a most beautiful experience.

Live life today with God holding your hand.

Breath in your surroundings and remember that every sense in us lives with him.

Don’t forget that Jesus is here, always, waiting on us.

When you see a rainbow, remember God’s covenant.

When you feel the breeze, that is God whispering loving words in your ear.

It helped me. I hope it helped you, too.

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Author: Charlee Felice

Originally from Puerto Rico and lived in Spain. The variety of cultural influences and experiences has expanded her thirst for knowledge. Life has been good to her and has had its challenges. She wants to share this with you, the reader.

4 thoughts on “Encouragement

  1. The pictures in the background make it harder to read the words…but I agree encouragement is important. I suggest posting your text in a lighter color or adjusting your background….for easier reading 🙂

  2. Love this. So often needed. Thank you.

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