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)
He calls us to follow Him and trust His direction for our life.
He calls for us, do we recognize His voice?
God loves us just the way we are. But He loves us too much to let us stay the way we are!
God’s version of fun is wrapped up in the word – joy! Joy is the deep feeling of great pleasure, satisfaction, and happiness regardless of the circumstances.
Before we even start anything, let’s pray and ask God to be at the center of everything we do.
We have been made to be a vessel of living water that refreshes.
After we have served others, we should think, God is good, not, I am good.
Take what God has generously given you and be the best you by unleashing those gifts and talents right where God has placed you.
We need to learn to trust God, to be patient and to know that even when challenges come, He is the answer.
In the midst of the darkest night, we can have hope that dawn is on the way.
A day is coming when there will be no death or mourning or crying or pain.
We are known, we are loved and we have been restored into connection with Christ, who longs to sit with us in our present moment.
When we stop to think of how much love and restoration God has poured into our lives, we should be moved to be part of God’s restorative work.
When Jesus walked out of that tomb, He brought hope to the hopeless.
We can’t save ourselves but glory to God He can. God has given us this breathtaking promise through Jesus.
Your life can change when you trust Jesus, when you admit your mistakes and give them to him.
Our purpose is clear: Love God. Love people.
When life seems unclear, God can be trusted.
While it can be discouraging to look at our world and see the challenges, today we remember that hope is possible because God is at work.
To follow the way of Christ our King is to go the way of a servant and wash the feet of the world.
God has called us to . . . the work of telling the world about Jesus!
Are you ever tempted to remain in relative safety when God may be calling you to step out for Him?
Is my desire for a pure heart and to dwell in God's presence?
Our lives are not about us, our purpose is not about us, this world is not about us . . . it’s all about Jesus.
In our lives, when we first come to Jesus, He comes into our hearts and lives and cleanses our temples.
Because Jesus delights in you and desires a relationship with you, He endured the cross.
God notices, loves, and redeems each of us.
Are we accepting of brothers and sisters in Christ who came to faith from a different background to yours?
Do you see the promised land through eyes of faith?