But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. Isaiah 40:31(NIV)
The devil, and his demons can’t stand it when we worship.
Time to remember He holds our breath in His hands and owns all our ways.
When we lose ourselves to Jesus, we find life at its fullest, most satisfying, and most complete.
If we want to have, be, and do everything God intends for us to do it all starts with approaching the Bible with the right tools and intentions in place.
You don’t need a burning bush experience to encounter God.
There is treasure in the Word of God just waiting for those who are willing to go after it.
Time with God and time in His Word should be non-negotiable pieces of our every day.
The Bible is worth every ounce of work it requires because the reward is God Himself.
What can our obedience to God and His Word do?
With God’s help and instruction, YOU CAN DO ALL THINGS!
Whenever you are feeling scared or hurt with the things of this world, you can always go to Jesus for help.
With hard work and faithfulness to God we can accomplish many great things.
When cracks appear in the relationship the answer is not to level it and start over. It’s to give it the loving care it deserves to restore it back to health.
Use your imagination, but whatever you do, be proactive about reviving the fire that you once had for God.
Commit to loving your spouse and helping them grow more Christ-like each day.
We can be sure that God will forgive us when we say we are sorry because He loves us.
Be intentional about the path your relationship is taking and keep your eyes focused on the Lord.
Commitment provides strength and stability when a relationship encounters challenges.
Jesus tells us to seek His Kingdom and His righteousness first, above anything else.
God would rather us take the risk of really loving someone than show up at the church looking pristine.
We serve a King who will never get tired of bringing us home. One who, in the greatest act of humility, stepped off His throne and into our story.
Jesus shows us that we can’t hold on to any sense of entitlement in the Kingdom of heaven, because comparison and compassion are incompatible.
Will we receive the truth God offers? And if so, how will we respond?
When we study God’s word we need to pull out the earplugs of our preconceived ideas, pick up our spiritual shovel, and dig beneath the surface.
We need to walk by faith, not looking at our trial, but keeping our eyes fixed on Jesus.
Life only really begins when it ends here on earth, all that is here is only the prologue before the curtain goes up.
Praise the Holy Spirit for indwelling us and allowing us to experience the fulfillment of God’s promises each and every day!