I Am With You Always

Be Strong

About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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16 Responses to I Am With You Always

  1. We must count on this truth more than we count on our bank accounts. Good word for the day, Mitch.

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  3. Such comforting words!

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  4. When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and through the rivers, they shall not overwhelm you; when you walk through fire you shall not be burned, and the flame shall not consume you.–one of my all-time favorite reassurances…

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  5. B. says:

    It’s what gives us strength in our journey…

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  6. Mitch, thanks for the good news. Great encouragement.

    Be blessed. God is in a good mood.

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  7. numrhood says:

    deuteronomy 56:81 when i am afraid, thou shall trust in thee.
    hebrews 11:
    matthew 53:45 with thy stripes be healed.


  8. One of my favorite paintings ever. Thanks!

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  9. Mitch, I love reading Bible passages and hold their meaning. There comes a time when living these passages becomes part of living. Strength is a part of living and courage gets you through the act of living. Thank you for reminding me of the facts.

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  10. Rachel says:

    Thank you for this reminder, I opened this just as I was about to travel. There were some unexpected changes and chaos and this post came as a gentle reminder. It was so comforting. And true to the word, I reached my destination safely

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  11. Amen! Such comforting words!

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  12. carhicks says:

    I love both these verses. They mean so much yet are so simple. This is one thing that I held onto when dealing with my husband’s illness and his death. I knew my Lord was with me and he answered my prayers.

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