January 29, 2013
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God Has a Plan for Your Life

Hi there!

I hope that the start of 2013 has brought new blessings in your life!  As you make plans and set goals for the remainder of 2013, we wanted to offer a reminder to you today that God has a plan for your life. No matter what you face in the coming months, God’s will is always perfect for you!

Today, I would like to share a video with you featuring content from DaySpring’s Fret Buster Devotional Booklet. In this Booklet, Roy expands on 30 reasons not to fear or worry, taken from top “Fret Busters” featured here on Meet Me in the Meadow.

Watch this video inspired by Fret Busters and read a sampling from the Devotional Booklet below!


(Subscribers, click here to watch the video)

Fret Buster #12, taken from Fret Busters: 30 Reasons Not to Fear or Worry

Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light. Matthew 11:28-30 NKJV

When you are yoked to Jesus you are not yoked to restlessness, strife, or worry.
Peace is not the absence of conflict, but the presence of Jesus.


If this video and excerpt from Fret Busters has blessed you today, we invite you to join us on our Fret Busters landing page where you can read about Roy’s heart behind the Fret Buster Series as well as download free printables! Find this page by clicking HERE.

You can also find the Fret Buster Devotional Booklet at DaySpring HERE for only $4.99.

Whatever today brings for you, we pray you’ll find peace in any and every situation. May God’s grace and blessings continually amaze you in the days and months to come!

God Bless,
Mandy

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3 Responses to “God Has a Plan for Your Life”

  1. Louise Holwerda January 29, 2013 at 10:30 AM #

    The cultural meaning of ‘yoke’ from Jesus day and age:
    I heard this awhile back from the studies of Joe Amaral who studies the Hebraic roots of words….
    The list of rules and restrictions a rabbi came up with through his studies and interpretations was called the Rabbi’s Yoke. It was his list of rules and traditions that the people had to follow. Of course some Rabbi’s yokes were extremely burdensome and hard to keep… thus the comfort of taking on Jesus’ Yoke….

  2. Marina January 29, 2013 at 11:03 AM #

    This is so good!! The graphics give the words so much more impact! Thank you for posting…I will be sharing!

  3. Cindy February 4, 2013 at 10:12 AM #

    Thank you for sharing this. I really like the video and hope to share in Face Book. It is very meaningful in these days and times. I appreciate what Louisa shared as well. It is very interesting. Thank you, too. God bless you richly!

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