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Mini Devotional: Centered

The impossibility of our own humanness is lost in the perfection of who God is.

Written by Tasha Ann Miller

(in partnership with Redeemed Christian Lifestyle Blog)

May 26, 2021

Seemingly flustered is a big sign for every Christian believer who knows the word of God says to not be anxious. Therefore, while we manage our anxieties we can still enjoy the beautiful peace that our Jesus Christ has given us especially for these days. Staying centered is the hope of renewing our relationship with God daily in a deeper level of intimacy. Concentrating on our prayer and worship life, this allows us to consistently nurture the foundation of who Jesus Christ is and what he has already achieved for us when he redeemed us.

Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.

John 14:27

We should never allow our anxieties and even major troubles to shake the foundation of who we are in Christ. Therefore, by building a solid fort of prayer and intimate worship we are able to overcome anything. The impossibility of our own humanness is lost in the perfection of who God is.

It’s never about just building up yourself for the big happy moments in life but it’s also how how big your faith is to get you through the darkest cracks. Today, I encourage you to stay centered in Jesus Christ by being in his presence more.

Have a blessed day.

By Tasha Miller

I am a Christian journalist with a passion for providing insightful and relevant information to the public. I write about education, politics, Christianity, and other areas. My focus is to provide factual and clear details so that people can be thoroughly equipped within this new age of media. I am a trained journalist with about three years of experience working in media professionally as a producer and production assistant. Follow my blog for dynamic and fresh content which will soon include exclusive content such as mini-documentaries, and feature pieces.

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