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 Bible alone is our highest authority. I can trust that the scripture has a word for my soul.
My prayers not only changes things, it changes me.
I can come through any news report there is, because I’m not going to die until Jesus decides it is time for me to come home.
If you want to know God in a deeper, more meaningful way, if you want to grow in your relationship with Him, start with prayer.
Prayer is an opportunity to receive from our heavenly Father all that He desires to give.
We must change our way of thinking about prayer to realize that it is not an obligation; it is an opportunity.
We can strengthen our relationship with God by communicating frequently with Him through prayer.
We have to be able to say Lord, “I’m anxious about this, but I want to give it to you spiritually.
If we seek the Lord He will answer and delivered us from all our fears.
A true servant till the end, our Savior was thinking about the needs of others.
On the cross the price of our forgiveness was paid in full. There you will find the forgiveness that you need for a happy life, a peaceful death, and a jubilant resurrection.
Spiritually, we need the life-giving air that God wants to breathe into each of us.
When we live by faith, we step toward something and don’t know what’s up ahead of us.
The Holy Spirit is God’s blast of breath inside you, empowering you and guiding you to your truest self and your most abundant life.
Like the wind, the Spirit can’t be seen, but he can be felt, experienced, and observed in action.
God’s Word clearly tells us one of the main ways we can find balance in our lives and experience true rest: by honoring the Sabbath.
Give the first to God and then think about the rest.
God wants us to connect to him and to his people and develop meaningful relationships.
God wants us to think about Him throughout our day, regardless of where we are or what we are doing.
Think about how you want to address God in a warm, loving way.
The Bible is indispensable to our Christian faith; if we attempt to follow Jesus without it, we are not going to get very far.
We can let go of fear and dread when we submit ourselves to God, who promises never to leave or forsake us.
When we live for eternity, our difficulties don’t disappear—but they don’t weigh us down either.
You can fulfill the commands of the Bible better by falling in love with God.
We need to recognize the intangible qualities that invigorate us so we will find it easier to pursue their sources.
As painful as the doldrums are, God is able to use this stuck place to do great work in your life.
He has already achieved the victory for us, and it’s through His power we run with perseverance.
How far can we move forward into a new understanding of life in Christ if we’re still holding onto past ways and past things?
The heart you present to God at the end of each day will reflect the wisdom He gave you to spend.
When we trust God, and wait or look for His timing, He’s going to deliver us or lift us up in ways that no earthly thing can possibly do.
It’s a kingdom where the least are made great, where the forgotten are prioritized, and we bear our struggles together.