‘tween right and almost right

our Final Judge will

determine which is

by yours, mine in

the Book of Life.

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God-and-country-USA


God
will fight our battles means we do not have to anguish,

be anxious, or be discouraged. Even when bad things happen

in our lives. When it seems the situation is hopeless, the matter

at hand: too overwhelming, we may be tempted to doubt God. But

Christians may remember: no problem is beyond the scope of God’s

sovereign care for His children. He promised to take care of all of us. (Philippians 4:19,)

make good plans for us all of us: (Jeremiah 29:11,)

He who loves us beyond measure (Romans 8:37–39.)

Published by Peace be with all, now. =')

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