Either way, return to Him

In Chapter 24, Jeremiah explained a vision that the Lord had given him about two baskets of fig trees. The good figs represented the exiles in Babylon because their hearts would respond to God. The poor figs represented those, who remained in Judah or ran away to Egypt.

We may assume we are blessed when life goes well and cursed when it does not but let’s be honest, either situation can take us away from the Lord.

If you are facing trouble, ask God to help you grow stronger in Him. Or if things are going your way, ask God to help you bless others – but either way, return to Him.

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Rebecca Brand

My hearts desire is for everyone to have an intimate relationship with Christ. To hear the voice of God and to experience His presence. Also, to help disciple others to discover their purpose within the body of Christ - through the power of the Holy Spirit.

My God-given dream is to break down barriers within life and the Church as a whole to strengthen and develop relationships within every denomination and bring unity - so that we will collectively raise up together and fulfil the Great Commission, within this lifetime.

I am living proof that no matter what your past was or whatever your life has become - God will use you to fulfil what He created you to do, when you step out in obedience and faith.

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