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 Why would you ever complain, O Jacob…saying, “God has lost track of me. He doesn’t care what happens to me”? . . . God doesn’t come and go. God lasts. He’s Creator of all you can see or imagine. He doesn’t get tired out, doesn’t pause to catch his breath. And he knows everything, inside and out. —Isaiah 40:27-28 MSG

Sometimes in the challenges of life, do you ever feel like God has lost track of you? We may feel lost, but he doesn’t come and go. He lasts.

He rides through the ups and the downs with us. We may get tired, but he never does.

When we’re weary, we can lean on him, because he never loses patience with us. No matter how many down days we have, God is always ready to start fresh.
He also knows everything, inside and out. If you aren’t sure what to aim at, ask him to show you. When it comes to your health, you can ask him what he desires for you, what are your next steps, and he’ll be right there with an answer. He desires to use your life; his vision goes beyond the limitations of what you can see.

Food for Thought: God cares intimately about all that happens to you, and he has a unique vision of who you can become.

The Daniel Plan 365 Day Devotional is a companion to the #1 New York Times bestseller, The Daniel Plan.  This 365-day devotional provides the heartfelt insight you need to take your health to the next level.  Feast on something bigger than a fad.  Motivational tips, Scripture passages, Food for Thought, and a special note from Rick Warren lead the way to transformation for the long haul. 

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