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Archive for February, 2012

Band-aids, Duct Tape & Crazy Glue

Has your heart been broken by someone or some thing? Many times it is difficult to get over the person or situation. Attempts to reassemble the shattered thoughts, feelings, emotions and spirit can’t and shouldn’t be accomplished alone. Left to ourselves, visualize a heart with band-aids all over it or the ugly fix of duct tape. Crazy glue dries quickly but fails to hide the cracks and seams. Then sometimes stuff sticks that should not be part of the repair process.
Our lives are a witness and testimony to the choices we make, good and bad. When we chose to allow the Lord God to intervene in every aspect of our lives, He knows how to fix and make us over better than we could ever fathom. Isaiah 61:3 says: To appoint unto them that mourn in Zion, to give unto them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; that they might be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the LORD, that he might be glorified.
If your heart is wounded in any way today, consider these scripturally-based affirmations to give the Lord access to your situation: Father as I remember your goodness toward me, I pour out my soul in me. I rejoice loudly so that the earth will tremble at the sound. I hunger for your word of truth and consume each one. Your word brings rejoicing to my heart because I am called by your name. You are the Lord God of Hosts. When I present myself before your altar, I come with exceeding joy and I praise you because you are my God. I will not be sad because the joy of the Lord is my strength and I place all my trust in you.
Lord you are a refuge for the oppressed and in times of trouble. I sanctify you in my heart. And because I am the ransomed of the Lord, I come to you with songs and everlasting joy upon my head. Jesus Christ bore every one of my griefs, and carried my sorrows. He was stricken, smitten, and afflicted for me. So I have your strength, and all my sorrow is turned into joy.
My works are committed to you Lord and my thoughts are established. I wait with patience and courage for you to instruct me in the way in which I shall go. Guide me with your eye as I rely on your Holy Spirit to help me in my weaknesses. You are for me, so who can be against me? I follow after the things that make for peace and the things that equip me to encourage others.
I am joyful in you and I love your name. Although I may sow in tears, I reap in joy. I am your chosen and you have brought me forth with joy and gladness. I rejoice in the Lord God of my salvation. Thank you for the healing, wholeness and newness of my heart, mind, soul and spirit.
(Affirmations excerpted from the book)
"Talk to God with Affirmations of Faith"
eBook & Paperback
by Christine Brooks Martin
Areli MediaWorks 2012

Affirmation for Making Career Decisions

Isaiah 48:17
Thus saith the LORD, thy Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel; I am the LORD thy God which teacheth thee to profit, which leadeth thee by the way that thou shouldest go.
My Lord and Father, thank you for your grace toward me. It is through your grace that I have all sufficiency in all things. So I am able to abound in every work I set my hands to do. I do not cast away my confidence because it has great compensation and reimbursement of success. My ears are inclined to listen to the voice of your Holy Spirit guiding me in the direction I should take and decisions I should make concerning my career. When I am unsure or have doubts, your word says that you will bring the blind by a way they knew not and you will lead them in the paths they have not traversed.
I thank you for lighting the dark places and straightening out the crooked things for me. Your promise is that you will do this and not forsake me. Because my hope and trust is in you Lord, I am counted blessed. Your word does not depart from my lips and my meditations are in your truth day and night. As I walk in them, my career choices are successful and prosperous. All things are possible to me because I believe. Lord you know what is needful for my life even before I ask of you. Through my prayers, supplication and thanksgiving I make all of my requests known to you. I trust that I receive your answer as you instruct and teach me in the way that I should go and as you guide me with your eye.
2Corinthians 9:8, Hebrews 10:35, Isaiah 30:21, Isaiah 42:16, Jeremiah 17:7, Joshua 1:8, Mark 9:23, Matthew 6:8, Matthew 6:26, Philippians 4:6, Proverbs 29:25, Psalm 32:8
Christine Brooks Martin, Author
"Pray What God Says"
"Talk to God with Affirmations of Faith"
"Christine's Short-Shorts"
Areli MediaWorks 2012

New APP for Christine

I have a new APP and you can have one too!!
Christine Brooks Martin
Bestselling Author
Areli MediaWorks  2012

Two eBooks for Kindle and Nook

FREE eBook:
"Pray What God Says" (US and UK)
and the sequel $.99 (US):
"Talk to God with Affirmations of Faith"
by Christine Brooks Martin.
Get both books to learn about the significance of prayer and how to speak scriptural-affirmations over any of life's circumstances.
Visit author page at Amazon
These eBooks are also available at Barnes & Noble for the NOOK
Areli MediaWorks 2012

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