Daily D – Haggai 2:4-5

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Haggai 2:4, 5  But now the Lord says: Be strong, Zerubbabel. Be strong, Jeshua son of Jehozadak, the high priest. Be strong, all you people still left in the land. And now get to work, for I am with you, says the Lord of Heaven’s Armies. My Spirit remains among you, just as I promised when you came out of Egypt. So do not be afraid.’” (NLT)

When God commands us to be strong, he provides the strength of his presence. When God commands us not to fear, he provides the confidence of his presence. God tells us over and over across the grand sweep of the Bible to live strong and fearless lives because “I AM with you.” 

Today, God wants you to be strong and courageous because he is with you.

Today, God wants you to live fearlessly because he is with you. 

Honor God. Serve others. Live a life characterized by God’s love that seeks our highest good and joy which is evidence of his amazing grace and abundant mercy.

I will be strong and courageous because God is with me.

Our Father, I want to live from the strength and confidence that comes from your presence. I want to honor you in all I do and say. I want to serve others with the strength and confidence you give me. Amen. 


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