Keep up the good attitude!

There may be two people with all the same life circumstances.

One is miserable, stressed out, and looks twenty years older than he is. The other is the happiest person you could ever meet and looks twenty years younger than he is.

How can this be? The answer is that it is not our life circumstances that make life difficult. Rather, it is the attitude that we view our lives with. Those who are capable of seeing God’s hand, opportunities to reach maturity in every area of ​​their life and take life as God permits, will be able to be better and keep good reactions and attitudes whatever the circumstances!



Everything will be fine!

My God is so good

He takes good care of me

Debora & Dara

This God so faithful, do you know he cares about you?

He would love to help you in your difficulties

You must come to Him as you are.


God knows so well, what seems heavy,

what hurt you, disturb you every day

He knows your need, your fear of tomorrow

With my God, you know, everything will be fine!


He lives forever, He’s the almighty God

He will answer you, just come to Him 

When everything seems dark, sad and desperate

Do you know that up there, you are not forgotten.


My God will help you, he will guide your steps

If you want to walk, submit to his law

So do not fear, you can count on Him

He will do everything he promised.


With my God, you know, everything will be fine!

God’s Workmanship


We each arrive on the planet differently.

Some babies are loved, prayed over, planned for by conscientious parents. Others are surprises. Some are unwanted by their parents. While some are conceived in love, others are conceived by force. Some babies are born prematurely. Some are born breech. Some arrive by C-section, and others are pushed out in a few minutes. Some are brought home to lovely nurseries, handpicked strollers, and handmade cribs. Others get hand-me-downs—or nothing at all.

Some of us may not like or know the circumstances of our births, but not one of us needs to be defined by or limited by those circumstances. Each of us has the chance to be born again in Christ, a second birth, to connect with our eternal purpose.

Before earth was even created, God says we were designed and made to do good works in Christ—works prepared before the making of the world (Ephesians 2:10). No matter how we got here, no matter the particulars of our births, we each were chosen in eternity long before we ever arrived in time, on earth. If God created us to do good works of eternal significance, he would not create us ill-prepared for those tasks. Let these truths settle inside you:

God made each one of us. Each of us was a product of God’s workmanship, no one else’s.

God chooses each one of us. None of us is an afterthought or an accident. The Creator of the universe has chosen us, individually, by name, for a great mission he would entrust to no one else!

God is always with us. God never leaves nor forsakes us.

God names us. Before we were given names by our earthly parents, God already knew us by name.

God calls us. None of us is unwanted. God makes each of us specifically for a good purpose to be worked out in time during our sojourn on earth—and he equips us to do those things for which he created us.

God is our Father. You can know the one who has made himself known to us—our Abba Father (Galatians 4:6).

 Regardless of what your parents may have planned or intended, from God’s perspective there was nothing accidental or unintentional about your birth. You were not an accident, unknown, unnamed, or unwanted. God has always known who you are.

You are the workmanship of the almighty God!!!