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It takes a Journey

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Sometimes God will takes us through journey's so that he can teach us his faithfulness

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The LORD’s Case against Israel

Listen to what the LORD is saying:

“Stand up and state your case against me.

Let the mountains and hills be called to witness your complaints.

2 And now, O mountains,

listen to the LORD’s complaint!

He has a case against his people.

He will bring charges against Israel.

3 “O my people, what have I done to you?

What have I done to make you tired of me?

Answer me!

4 For I brought you out of Egypt

and redeemed you from slavery.

I sent Moses, Aaron, and Miriam to help you.

5 Don’t you remember, my people,

how King Balak of Moab tried to have you cursed

and how Balaam son of Beor blessed you instead?

And remember your journey from Acacia Grove to Gilgal,

when I, the LORD, did everything I could

to teach you about my faithfulness.”

“It Take’s a Journey”

Do not forget what God has brought you through

Have you ever asked yourself… Why?

God ask’s… “What have I done to you”?

The enemy wants you to forget all that God has done, because if you forget what God has done for you the enemy can prey on your present and disrupt your future

The enemy wants you to forget all that God has done, because if you forget what God has done for you the enemy can prey on your present and disrupt your future

You can not have faithfulness without remembrance

Forgetting what God has brought you through will lead you to a place of blaming God in your current situation

Forgetting what God has brought you through will lead you to a place of blaming God in your current situation

It is alway’s “In Between” where we learn about who God is.

The season you are in you will not stay there, but God will take you out and elevate you

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