Summer Devotional May 19th, 2017

Jeremiah 29:11:  “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”

As some of you know, I’ve been on a job search lately.  A job that works for my family and yet affords me an opportunity to do more with my life.  On Wednesday, I received an offer for an accounting position for a start-up company.  Part-time to start.  More responsibilities as the company grows.  It pays little; but I’ll learn a ton!  I’m very excited.

This verse came to mind to comfort all those on the search for a job or a new career or direction in life.  Find comfort in God who knows all and will lead you wherever He wants you in His time.  Trust Him.  That’s all He asks of you.

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14 thoughts on “Summer Devotional May 19th, 2017

  1. Thank you for the beautiful devotional. Praying that God works in extraordinary ways in your job search. Blessings. 

    Sent from my T-Mobile 4G LTE Device

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  2. That is great news!!!! Congratulations!!! God always provides in all situations in his time of course. Thank you for this morning’s devotional. Have a blessed day and weekend.

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  3. Joining a start up company is a lot of fun – I’ve done it twice. You get to know everything about the company from the get go which will be invaluable to your job. The down side to it is that you, or at least I did, may get too invested in the operation – feeling almost like it’s your company – and you end up investing more time in the job than intended. Hopefully, if you get the job you’ll be more mindful of your time. God Luck and God Bless! BTW – love reading you BSF Lessons after I complete mine – you have provided extra insight MANY times.

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  4. Praise God! In His time He always provides.
    I’m in need of God’s direction for the same.
    Please add me to your prayer list.
    Thank you for your message and encouragement on your blog.

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  5. Job hunting is the worst ever to go thru
    I chose my profession because I was sooo tired of job interviews for a job I knew I could do

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