Typography: Jeremiah 33:3

When we pray according to God’s will, He may choose to do that which the world with its limited perspective deems to be hedged in by the impossible. But many of us have proven that God is able “to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think” (Eph 3:20).
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Artwork by Naomi Prajogo Djuanda (@naomnaomi)

Typography: Isaiah 55:8-9

Even though we don’t understand everything about God, that doesn’t prevent us from trusting Him. He has proven His love for us. The apostle Paul wrote, “God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us” (Rom. 5:8). Trusting that love, we can walk with Him even when life doesn’t make sense.
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Artwork by Naomi Prajogo Djuanda (@naomnaomi)

Typography: Psalm 139:2

Our little Earth is no bigger than a pebble, and our individual lives no greater than a grain of sand. Yet according to Scripture, the God of the galaxies attends to each microscopic one of us in intimate detail. He saw us before we existed (Ps. 139:13–16); He watches us as we go about our days and listens for our every thought (vv. 1–6).
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Artwork by Naomi Prajogo Djuanda (@naomnaomi)

Typography: Psalm 1:2

As I reflected on this psalm, I realized that the only action the righteous man took was to meditate on the Word of God, and that kept him strong and fruitful regardless of the season he was in or what was happening around him. Even in his meditation, the righteous has to rely on God, for there’s no way that a tree could plant its own seed in the ground and grow.
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Taken from https://ymi.today/2019/01/3-things-i-learned-from-reading-through-the-bible-in-a-year/
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Artwork by Naomi Prajogo Djuanda (@naomnaomi)