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)
God’s strength is poured out upon our weakness.
God is so much bigger than nature—the oceans, the skies, the deserts, and the mountains.
Jesus has all wisdom and understanding; life’s complexities that are beyond us, are not beyond Him.
Jesus can take your fears, your worries, your guilt, and your hopelessness, and replace them with His peace.
He is the mighty God, mighty enough to save us. Whatever the need, He can do it.
We may not know the what, the why, or the how but we know God.
God is infinite, sovereign, eternal, omniscient, and much more.
We can overcame the devil with God’s Word.
We as believers need to become sensitive to His voice and learn to follow Him instead of the voice of the evil one.
As Christians we need to train ourself to wait patiently for Jesus’ commands.
We need to ask in faith knowing God can do the impossible.
Just because an answer doesn’t arrive on our timetable, it doesn’t mean that God isn’t busy on our behalf.
We should devour the pages of the Bible with the same delight as a hungry dog goes after food.
Our inner beauty far outshines what is on the outside.
God has a forever home for us, and loved us enough that He gave His life for us.
We should share God’s faithfulness with others, and share the good news of what Jesus did for us.
Christ is with us in the storm.
It is our story and our testimony, not our sermon and our theology, that will spark faith in the lives of others.
If you pray for them - God will open doors for you to be a light at your school, job, home, supermarket, etc.
Even when we struggle or when there appears to be no light at the end of the tunnel, God is standing next to us so that our testimony can continue to reach people.
The reason He saved you and I isn’t so that we can keep our story to ourselves, but instead, so we can share the faithfulness of God with others.
We don’t have to be a great theologian to talk about Jesus; we just have to be willing to tell people our experience with HIM.
Our testimonies are as unique as we are, but they all have one thing in common, once we were lost and now are found!
We need to trust God who goes before us and hold onto His promises.
Our success or wealth or status won’t last, but the things that we did to love others and share God’s Kingdom will endure into eternity.
Our lives only have meaning if we fulfill the plans that God has made for us.
We need to walk as a child of God, knowing who we are in Christ.
True repentance is understanding that sin is causing separation between you and God and wanting to truly change.
Instead of focusing on our circumstances, we need to focus on God.