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At (in)courage, we empower women to be like Jesus. Our writers share what’s going on in their life and how God’s right in the middle of it. They bring their joys & struggles so that you can feel less alone and be empowered by the hope Jesus gives.

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  1. I have had a long-standing prayer request before God and am in the “waiting” process for an answer. Thank you so much for the reminder that NOTHING is too hard for the Lord and that He is able. (in)courage you bless me daily!
    Blessings to you,

  2. God’s Word is so precious and it is wonderful to be reminded that “nothing is too hard for the Lord.” He has created this universe and we are the objects of His love that we might bring Him honor and praise. I know that God’s ways and timing are always the best and I can trust in my Lord Jesus to guide me in His way for His glory.

  3. Loved the picture & scripture. I am in a waiting process. His answer to my prayer may turn out to be not what I want to hear, but I will understand and know it is His Will for me and it must be the Best! 🙂

    Thanks In (Courage) women! You bless me daily!

  4. Amen!! There is nothing to hard for our Daddy. He can make something out of something that we feel might be dead. But He sees something there so we can give Him the GLORY.

  5. How often we assume that our problems are too great, our struggles too tough, or that our Lord is too removed from our lives. With simple words He created all. With simple words He brought people back from the dead. Nothing is too great! Amen!!

  6. God has saved my life and I know that I would not have my wonderful husband and children were it not for Him. Every aspect of my life points back to God’s hand, grace & mercy. But somehow I am stuck right now, feeling like I have gotten too far removed. I can pray but it feels like they bounce off the walls…. What do I do then?