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    Monday, 13 November 2017

    Joseph Price Devotional , 14, November 2017- The Door of Hope in Your Valley of Trouble

     Joseph Price Devotional , 14, November 2017- The Door of Hope in Your Valley of Trouble

    Topic; The Door of Hope in Your Valley of Trouble


    Notice from the verse that it was not the good shepherd who led the psalmist into the valley of trouble,
    as the psalmist says, “Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death...” Yet the Bible is
    so clear in stating that even if your trouble is due to your own willfulness, God is still with you. He
    has never left you, and He never will. He will never forsake you. You are precious in His eyes. Can
    you imagine living life with that kind of confidence, assurance, and peace? Then believe in no
    uncertain terms that God will
    never abandon you and leave you in the lurch!

    In fact, the Bible says that God will turn the Valley of Achor into a door of hope for you (see Hosea
    2:15). In the Hebrew, “Achor” means “trouble.”
    Joseph Price Devotional , 14, November 2017- The Door of Hope in Your Valley of Trouble

    Joseph Price Devotional , 14, November 2017- The Door of Hope in Your Valley of Trouble

     So even if you find yourself in the valley of trouble,
    you will not remain there for long. You will walk through it and not remain or camp there. God is
    opening a door of hope in your life today for you to step out of your darkness and into His marvelous
    light (see 1 Pet. 2:9). Things are going to get better. The breakthroughs that you have been waiting for
    are coming your way. Step through the door of hope and out of your valley of trouble today. Jesus is
    your door of hope! Believe in His love for you and allow Him to lead you to freedom.
    Jesus is your door of hope! Believe in His love for you and allow Him to lead you to
    freedom.

    Some people think that when they fail, God leaves them and only returns when they get their act
    together. They think that they must clean up their lives and overcome all their struggles on their own
    before they can come before the presence of God. Well, I have a simple question for them: Do you
    clean yourself before you take a bath? Of course not!
    God wants us to come to Him just as we are, with all our weaknesses, idiosyncrasies, wrong
    beliefs, hang-ups, and all our bondages, fears, and addictions.

    He is the bath! So don’t try to clean yourself up before you come to Him. In the presence of His love, joy, and grace, you will find restoration, healing, and forgiveness. He will mend your life and transform you from the inside out.

    Right now, He is extending His hand of grace, love, and help to you. There is no shame in coming to
    Jesus just as you are. He who knows you perfectly loves you perfectly.

    Joseph Price Devotional , 14, November 2017- The Door of Hope in Your Valley of Trouble

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