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K is for Keep

K is indeed for Keep.


Keep God that is. 

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Isn't it easy to get caught up with everything you are doing in your day? Your minds distracted, Person after person come up to you asking a question. And you are on call duty for this or that. But Where does God fit into it?

We must keep God in all that we do.God, is our wonderful creator, who deserves all right and praise. But yet, so many things can block us, or distract our minds on whats truly important in our day's.... God. Without God, we wouldn't have this wonderful day. God is in everything. So we must find him. We must grasp him. We must grasp onto him like a mother hugging her children.
We to must grasp on to God: To keep him close.

Like a child, not wanting to let go of it's favorite toy. So we must grasp onto God, and Keep God and Never Let Go. God never lets go of us, though he does realize we will let go of him. We need to hold on to God. 

We are called to give it 110% to hold onto God. He woke us up this morning, He laid our head down safely last night, He gave us food, a Job, Education, Family, and everything we have not to be put a head of him, but to help us on this journey called life. 

Will you keep God in Everything you do today?

 And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, 
who have been called according to his purpose.
Romans 8:28

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  1. I really, really appreciate this post for K. Perfect reminder in the reason for this life we have. Thanks so much for posting it!

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  2. Hi from a fellow A-Z traveler! I'm with you on screening out anonymous comments. I do it too.

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    1. Thanks! It was the second day in and one posts I did Last year were getting spammed!

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