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You Are Not Forgotten.

The word REMEMBER is used 231 times in the Bible (NIV). Over and over the Bible tells us that “God remembered” His people and promises and that we should remember His faithfulness and covenant🙋🏻‍♀️🙋‍♀️🙋🏿‍♀️🙋🏼‍♀️

When the Bible says that God “remembers” something or someone, it doesn’t mean that He had forgotten them and just started thinking about them again. It means He turned His attention to someone and acted on their behalf!💯

God remembered Noah and sent a wind to dry up the water. (Genesis 8:1)💨🌊

God remembered Rachel and opened her womb. (Genesis 30:22)🤰🏽👶🏾

How cool is it that the God of the Universe thinks about you and acts on your behalf (even when you feel invisible)?! 💭💭💭

AND when He thinks about you, He thinks thoughts of peace and what He can do to give you hope for your future! (Jeremiah 29:11) 💌

He thinks about you so much, that if you counted His thoughts about you, they would out-number the grains of sand! (Psalm 17-18)🏝🏜🏕

You are not forgotten. You have a Heavenly Father who thinks good thoughts about you CONSTANTLY and acts on your behalf to make things happen for you!✅✅✅

Your future looks bright friend.

Cheering you on, Tiffany

Tiffany Jo Baker MA, CLC😎☀️



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