This is the second time am posting my birthday nobody share it or likes because am ԁ𝗂ѕаbⅼеԁ😭😭
Today is my Birthday because I’m сr𝗂ррⅼе nobody wants to SHARE my photo 💔😭😭
She Is A Human That Celebrates Birthdays Just Like Every Others.
Many will ignore cause Am ԁ𝗂ѕаbⅼеԁ!💔
Today is my birthday and I just gave birthday
Nobody posted me because i’m not beautiful
Please wish me well don’t look down on me
Please Show Me Some Love❤❤
Do not skip without a single SHARE
God Bless Everyone that will share my photo❤️❤️
Suggested News: Do you believe God knows what you need?
[Jesus said,] “Your Father knows what you need before you ask him.”
Often we find ourselves praying our requests over and over again, not because God didn’t hear us the first time or can’t make up his mind, but because the timing isn’t right to reveal his answer.
He knows that when we’re in need, when we have nowhere to turn or know that we can’t achieve our goal by ourselves, we keep our hope fixed on him. He’s able to purify our desires and help us see what’s truly important and not just the possession, events, and people whom we often ask him to bring into our lives.
Jesus tells us that even a wicked earthly father would never give his child a snake when he asked for a fish or a stone when the child asked for bread. So if our parental instincts are compassionate and generous, our heavenly Father’s are beyond our imagination. God wants the best for his children. We may not get what we ask for, but we always get what’s in our best interests.
Your Father loves you and will give you what you need.
Suggested News: Be a Light
All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and are justified freely by his grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus.
Often we want others to notice our acts of service and good deeds. This desire might reflect our prideful egos or the way we’re overly concerned with what others think. No one is perfect, and we shouldn’t try to present an image of perfection to those around us. In fact, if we want them to see God’s grace in us, we will have to let them see our shortcomings.
Such transparency and strength illustrate a godly life more than any attention-getting “good deed” might reveal. Certainly, we want to be the light of Christ in the world’s darkness, but this doesn’t mean we have to set the place on fire! Sometimes the glow of one flame is enough to illuminate the darkest night.
Sharing our struggles with others also keeps us humble and dependent on the Lord. We don’t try to take credit for his work, but instead use those moments when others notice as a natural way to share our faith. When others encounter us as down to earth even as we look to heaven, they will want to know our Father above.