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Stephanie Bryant is the co-founder of @incourage and a podcaster at the #JesusLedAdventurePodcast. She owns a Marketing & Business Coaching company. She is passionate about guiding you to your promised land and personal brand therapy. She enjoys spending her days with her husband and their miracle daughter, Gabrielle, on #BryantFamilyFarm....

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  1. I hope you Stephanie and your family. Get the right buyer for your home. The money God wants you get for it. So as you can build the home God’s wants you’s build. Plus you never know the right people that buy your home. They could become good friends with you and your family. If not saved. They could feel the presence of God in your home. Knowing your home you are selling. When the right people buy it. Was a Godly home. They could say there is something about this home. How peaceful it is. Because you guys prayed in it read your Bibles in it. Spent time with God in it. So the buyers might feel that. If not saved. Say we bought a home from the people who lived in it that loved God. So your home could be a blessing to them. Plus they if not saved could get saved. So pray that way that the right people buy it. They sense the presence of God it. I know you will not like to let go of it. But you have to do God’s will. If God has told you to sell it. He will send the right people to buy it at the right time. Give you guys what God says you are to get for it. To build what God wants you build for your new home. God could have big plans for how you guys use your new home when it is built. To bless people. Less of than you. You never know. But the song I learnt at Sunday School when small. It is The Wise Man built his house on a rock” you get the whole song on YouTube. I know it is a kids song. But it is a true song for us saved today. Then it goes “The Foolish Man built his house on the sand” There is a course as well. I don’t remember all of it. But I remember this part of the song. It goes something like this don’t be Foolish. Build your house on the Lord Jesus. I might not have it word perfect. But something along those lines. So you guys bulid your New Home on the Lord Jesus Christ. He will keep you right. So you don’t you could sink. You will know God will in building it. I pray you get your New Home built in God’s timming. Do what God wants you to do with it. Use how God wants you to use. You get the right buyers for your home you guys are selling. That when it built you all will enjoy many many happy years in it. Doing God will.
    Plus know to trust God what he has told you let go of your home you are living it at the moment. As sometimes. It hard to let get of things. Especially when we love them so much. Like you guys in the home you are selling at the moment. You probably in one way don’t want to leave it. Or go through the process of building. But if you like the wise man who built his house on the rock. In that song. Stay rock solid to God. He will direct your ever step. No let you slip. Know you guys are doing God’s will. Love Dawn Ferguson-Little Enniskillen Co. Fermanagh N. Ireland. Xx

  2. Before I opened my iPad to begin my devotion, I sat in my favorite comfortable chair and prayed, “God, what do you want me to do next?” I have been at a crossroads and though I prayed for guidance, I never asked that question and waited for an answer. The answer came as clear as day, and when I read your words, it was confirmation of EVERY WORD the Holy Spirit whispered to me.

    I think that your willingness to share your experience (despite all that’s going on in the world) and the fact that it was posted today was meant to be and meant for me. Thank you, and may God bless you and your family as you move toward His best for your lives.

  3. Written just for me. My husband died, I sold our home, I’m renting a house I love but it has never felt like a home. That’s because I haven’t tried. There are piles and clutter and unopened boxes, a zillion things that don’t have a place to go. God gave me this house. He owns it and I am being a lousy caretaker. Perhaps it is time I invite God to help me transform this house into a home for the two of us.

  4. What a wonderful message to receive today. Our father You always have the best wating for us.praise be to You for ever and ever.

  5. Thank you for allowing the Holy Spirit to lead you to write this devotion. It has been a great comfort to me and I’m sure countless others.

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