Living Encouraged in a Discouraged World. — Chipped Vessel

This is a WordPress repost of an excellent article originally authored by Kelly Comeaux from her chippedvessel.com/ website. It’s a relatively short post but there was one line in particular that caught my attention. Kelly says “I travel the fine line between needing constant reassurance and being confident in my abilities.” Now isn’t that the truth!

We all need encouragement and reassurance from our Lord that “all is well”. Take the time to read her full post on the direct link below, you’ll be glad you did!

The world is cooking up an all-you-can-eat buffet of sin to entice us with. As we patiently wait in line to see what God has on the menu for us, we may be tempted to indulge on a snack of discouragement. Discouragement is a lethal emotion that drenches our walk with God. Struggles with discouragement have […]

via Living Encouraged in a Discouraged World. — Chipped Vessel

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6 comments on “Living Encouraged in a Discouraged World. — Chipped Vessel
  1. Thank-you Bruce for the wonderful share. That in itself is an encouragement. I love when God uses the most unexpected things to give us that little boost. Loving your blog. This is such a beautiful community to be a part of.

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    • Bruce says:

      Hi Kelly, my pleasure. I read some of your posts, and as I’m always on the lookout for someone I can learn from, I loved the down to earth tone you communicate. I also love the unexpected gifts God brings! Thank you for the follow and I look forward to exchanging and sharing thoughts in the future. Grace and blessings to you and yours!

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  2. I love the answer to the demon of discouragement: “Not today.” One day at a time.

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