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 powerful weapon of prayer is available to everyone. All we need to do is call upon the Lord.
God will give us wisdom and understanding, counsel and power so that our life can have a huge impact on those around us.
Peace is not a situation it is a person.
It is better to do what is right than to make more money by cutting corners, dubious practices or greed.
It is through the cross of Christ that our guilt is taken away and your sin atoned for.
We do not need to go around loaded by guilt, but rather we can be filled with a sense of God’s love for us.
Our fruitfulness comes from our faithfulness to God and doing the things we are told to do in His word.
Our testimonies are as unique as we are, but they all have one thing in common, once we were lost and now are found.
As ambassadors we are to be a blessing to all those God puts in our path.
What sacrifice is God asking you to make today so that others may know Jesus?
Our life has value if we use it to finish the work we’ve been assigned: telling other people the Good News of Jesus.
We need to act justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with God.
As we look into the face of God we need to long for a relationship with God, and a desire to be in God’s presence.
You never know who might be listening while you’re worshiping.
Our God is ever-present, and His faithfulness is great.
Share the beautifully simple Gospel, and let God do His work in their hearts.
All we have to do is share what God has done in us and what He wants to do in them.
One of the best ways you can help other people is by praying for them?
As we face the assignment that God has given us today, make time to prepare ourself for the journey.
Our spiritual community is a necessity for our walk with Christ and growth as a Christian.
The Gospel is for everyone, and this is the best news anyone could ever receive.
To be “fully committed” with “all your heart” means 100% commitment.
Are we willing to go wherever God calls us even if it causes us to leave our comfort?
We need to choose to celebrate what God is doing in and through those around us, and not compare their experience to our own.
We should stand with great boldness for Jesus in any situation, no matter the cost.
In everything we need to ensure that love is the main thing.
We need to celebrate God’s goodness. There is a call to sing, shout for joy, play instruments, and even applaud in our celebration of God.
There will always be voices of opposition in every season. The question is, do we shrink back in fear, or do we rise up in faith?
Ask God today for the boldness you need to walk in His ways, experience His grace, and serve with His power.
We need to be a church that isn’t about just coming to a building on Sundays, but instead sharing the good news that God loves us.
We have an amazing freedom in Christ, but we are to use this freedom for the benefit of others and for the glory of God.
The same power that transformed the disciples and gave them the ability to speak out with boldness is available to us today.
God invites us to be His hands and feet to the lost and hurting throughout our day.
We need to lean into God’s Word and His presence and receive every good thing He has for us.
God says that people go astray because they have ‘not known my ways’.
One of the hardest things to do is just to wait. God works according to His own timetable.
One of the fears and anxiety’s today comes from constant comparison and FOMO (fear of missing out).
God is the answer to the anxiety of the meaninglessness we feel. Through Him we can find peace and purpose in our life.
We can have great confidence about the future because of what Jesus did for us.
Holiness is where there is ultimately no difference between our public, private and secret lives and no difference between what we profess and what we practice.
We should strive to keep bearing fruit as we get older, and keep looking fresh and green.
He will keep you strong to the end, so that you will be blameless on the day of our Lord Jesus Christ.
God’s desire has always been for unity among His people.
My hope is built on nothing less, than Jesus blood and righteousness. I need to share that with all those God brings into my life.
As we look around our country, we see good and bad leadership and government. It’s very important that we continue to pray for the leadership.
We need to sacrifice the 4 “Ls”
Lips, Life, Loot, Love
1.Sacrifice of your lips
2. Sacrifice of your life
3. Sacrifice of your loot
4. Sacrifice of your love
As we put our faith in the Lord we need to continually run to Him.
Salvation is based on:
Faith – not your good works
Mercy – not what you deserve
Belief – not where you were born.
Your behavior and actions have a significant impact not only on your own life but also those in your life.
God wants us to make the most of your life. He does not want you to waste it.
God’s desire is for you to have a relationship with Him that is real and from the heart.
Just like a train we are more ‘free’ when our wheels are on the rails and operating in line with how we have been created to function.
To be proactive means to take initiative, to lead with wisdom, and to make decisions that align with God's will.
The penalty for all your sin – past, present and future – has been paid. We have been freed.
God's design for marriage is rooted in love, support, and mutual edification.
Our choices to obey or not to obey not only affect us, but many others as well.
The biblical call for husbands to pursue God is not only a command but also a privilege and an invitation to experience the fullness of life in Christ.
Our natural response to what God has done for us should be to act in line with His will.
Do our lives reflect our belief that our completeness is to be found in Him?
We should strive that there is no place we would rather be than in God presence.
No matter the circumstances we are going through we need to trust the Lord.
God wants to meet us in the depths and raise us to the heights.
Today, declare your independence. God has freed you.
God promises that when we trust in what Jesus did for us, he will take away our sins — no matter who we are or what we have done.
God wants you to learn to walk in humility and kindness, not arrogance and pride.
The Lord comforts His people and will have compassion on afflicted ones.
The Lord will give the comfort you need. Turn to him and pour out your hurt in prayer. He is always there for you.
God wants us to be with him more than he wants us to do things for him.
Those who maintain their integrity, those who continue doing right — even when everything and everyone else is wrong — will one day receive the ultimate reward.
The resurrection of Jesus should always be at the heart of the message we proclaim.
God provides us with armor so that we can stand firm and resist the enemy in times of evil.
If you firmly resist Satan, he will flee from you.
The humble will be honored in the end, when the stakes are eternal.
Keep trusting and praying but wait on God’s timing.
We need to not waste a single day, we need to tell others of the precious life God has given us.
We don’t know the future, but what a precious promise it is to know that God does.
We need the commitment to “seek” Him.
God wants us to learn from our mistakes and not to keep on repeating the same sins over and over again.
God’s forecast, partly cloudy with a 100 percent chance of redemption.
We have been set apart by God to serve God.
As I wake each morning it’s important to pray for God continual guidance.
Those controlled by my Spirit can experience unearthly patience.
Christ has set us free to serve Him with joy.
We can be discerning about sin without having a critical spirit.
We can take a stand against sin without being judgmental.
The Lord tells us “Those controlled by my Spirit will be marked by pure kindness and goodness.”
The most dangerous idol is our own selves when we want to occupy the place of God.
If we sow disloyalty, we will reap disloyalty. If we sow loyalty, we will reap loyalty. We show loyalty by your actions and our words.
God is bigger and more powerful than any worldly troubles we face.
God wants you to be real with him. He does not want you to pretend that all is well.
When you go through difficult times by staying close to Jesus, you will emerge stronger, wiser and more Christ-like.
We can be assured that we will have eternal life because of the historical facts of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus.
It is so important that you seek God’s guidance and help – in the ministry He has given you and in your life.
When you are facing opposition it is good to remember the power of God.
We need to learn how to find joy in sacrificing our wants so that someone else can benefit.
We need to know how to and want to reach out to people not like us.
We need to pray for the pastors that are sharing the word of God.
We need to strive to became a personal channel for God's power and mercy.
What brings the greatest satisfaction is how useful we have been to God.
God is at work in our experiences.
Keep trusting, Keep hoping, Keep worshipping.
We can believe in a God of abundance, a God without limits.
The God we believe in is a God who does what He says He'll do.
Never say, "I am only one." Never say, "What can just one person do?" Sometimes one is enough.
God does His best work in building our faith during our times of waiting, testing, and suffering.
Truly God is not as interested in condemning us for our past as in using us right now for His
We are all called to be a broker of God's grace.
What holds you back from more public loyalty to Jesus?
God is more interested in our future than in our past.
We need to cheerfully accepted the role God gives us, to share the good news.
Even after we have been brought to faith, we have to work daily to subdue our drive to disobey.
We need to trust that God's ways are always good ways.
We need to trust God's promises while danger still threatens and to give Him the glory when He sends relief.
Everything good in my life was worked by God's mercy?
Jesus will teach us, purpose us, use us from the start of our salvation or at any point thereafter.
At this very moment, Jesus has you on His mind.
Conflict is essentially a bicycle built for two. When one person steps off and quits their quarrel won’t be going much farther.
God wants us to pause, take a breath, and consciously decide: Am I going to join in or sit this one out?
God doesn’t keep an inventory of our sins.
Instead of treating us as competitors before a judge or convicts in front of a jury, our heavenly Father treats us as a dad should.
God has powerful work for you to do.
Bringing God into the battle with us makes the fear start to fall away.
The real test of success is our friendship with God and the depths to which we trust Him.
Even on our worst days, we can thank God because we trust that He sees the bigger picture, and He has good plans for us.
God’s invisible work within you, is preparing you for his visible work through you.
We have more influence than we realize in how we speak, what we post, and what we choose to think about.
Courageous Peace is a conviction that says no matter what happens to us, we have an opportunity to deepen our trust in God.
We can shape our worries into prayers, and let His true peace reside in our heart & mind.
There are so many things demanding your attention daily, we need to choose to focus on Jesus.
Courageous Peace is the conviction that says I cannot find peace within myself, but I find it in Jesus.
We can choose to surrender control, knowing that His way is far greater than the way we thought it would turn out.
Peace is knowing that God is working even when we don’t understand.
We’re not called to settle in defeat, but instead, God has given us the gift of peace.
Peace is a gift. There’s nothing we can do to deserve it, but by God’s grace He gives us peace.
Death has no power over God and those of us who believe in Him will one day live with Him forever.
Because of sin, everyone deserves death and eternal separation from God, but God had a plan to save us.
The sin debt that we owe to God is completely wiped away forever.
We need to be intentional about setting aside time to pray and develop a fellowship with God.
We are called to emulate Jesus, serving each other with a humble spirit and building them up in love.
We can follow Jesus’ example by expressing humble servanthood in the way we interact with others—our coworkers, church, family, and friends.
We are the air traffic controller of our mind. When thoughts from the Devil circle, send them away.
The secret to contentment is leaning on Jesus and what He’s done for you!
Jesus cares about your small requests, and He can answer them in a big way.
We need to take our worries to God before anxiety can take over. Peace happens when people pray.
We aren’t partially forgiven—we are completely forgiven.
When you trust God with your worries and anxieties, you can feel peace even though you don’t have control of everything— because God does have control.
We need to remember how good God is no matter what is going on in our lives.
Worry is when we let tomorrow’s problems ruin today.
Let God decide how to bless you, discipline you, grow you, toughen you, and use you, and in the process reveal His glory in your life.
Prayer is simply God’s oxygen for the lungs of our faith.
Prayer demonstrates to God that you are proud to identify yourself as His child.
Jesus is everywhere and “everytime” at once, managing the lives of the believers for good over both the short and long term.
The Lord of the universe chooses to listen to you.
We should look at our own lives and how awful our sins are in the sight of God.
No matter how much we have messed up in our life, whatever our regrets, it is never too late to turn to God.
God chose to forgive and bring about our reconciliation.
Jesus' words were only filled with steadfast love.
We need to not settle for simply looking the part of a Christian, but be a person that produce Godly fruit for those around us!
God doesn’t always take us out of our valleys, but He will always bring us through them.
Outside pressures don’t have the power to take away God’s perfect peace through Jesus Christ.
There is only One peace-bringer, and His name is Jesus.
We need to seek God in all our ways so that nothing will be in between us and the peace of God.
The peace we have with God is what guarantees our hope of what’s to come.
We now have Victory and freedom. Jesus has overcome all the powers of evil through his resurrection.
Because we have the hope of Jesus and His Holy Spirit guiding us, an abundant life is possible here on earth.
Peace that God gives may be beyond our comprehension, but it’s not beyond our grasp.
Peace that God gives may be beyond our comprehension, but it’s not beyond our grasp.
We need to ask God to give us the courage to serve as He did.
The goal of creating a solid Bible habit is to make it simple.
Time with God and time in His Word are non-negotiable pieces of our every day.
In every aspect of my life I need to follow Jesus.
Hope without faith is just wishful thinking.
Placing God first in your life is the first answer to trusting God.
Admit it: “Lord, I’m struggling.” Quit it: Stop the worrying. Just stop! And beat it.
The beginning of anxiety is the end of faith, and the beginning of true faith is the end of anxiety.
We need to believe and trust that God will provide our needs because we mean everything to Him.
God provides your needs because you are so much more valuable than anything He’s ever planted on the earth.
God will provide the deepest needs of your heart and soul.
Jesus will always meet your foundational needs of love, satisfaction in life, and goals and dreams.
The truth is that some of the things we worry about if we put them in God’s hands, are not really that big of a deal.
By praying we can find purpose and passion.
God’s ways are so much higher than what our minds can grasp. His plan is better!
Prayer is about quality—the right heart attitude, concentrating on what we’re doing, trying to live a life that doesn’t contradict our prayer life.
We need to ask God to plant a desire of prayer in out heart.
Good is telling us “I’m going to give you the time and the opportunity to really make a difference.”
As we follow God If it is important, you find a way. If it’s not, you will find an excuse.
We need to choose to be better than normal in how we love and live with the people around us.
We should work hard at whatever we do and the best way to do this is to see ourselves working for God.
We can give without loving, but we cannot love without giving.
Jesus tells us that our heart will follow where we’ve placed our treasure.
As followers of Jesus, we’re called to live differently. The world tells us to follow our hearts, but we know that our hearts can be deceitful.
We need to gaze at Jesus and glance at our problems.
We need to bring what we have to Jesus, and trust Him to multiply it for His purposes.
When we don’t sense His presence, He’s still with us, when we don’t see His hand, He’s still guiding us, and when we don’t understand His plan, He still has one.
We only need a small amount of faith to engage God’s mighty power.
We may struggle with our own failure, but rest assured, God does not.
Just because we have doubted in the past doesn’t mean we will always doubt in the future.
Sometimes, we have to trust God to calm us right in the middle of the storm that’s raging all around.
What God gives to us can’t be measured. His resources are unlimited, His love is unconditional, and His grace is unbounded.
Jesus says to us, “you are worried about much, but only one thing matters: Being with me!”
God is our holy hope, our very present help, and everything we could ever need for life.
We need to dwell on things that honor the kingdom of God and point us back to Jesus.
One of the best ways to discover God is to look to the earthly life and work of his own Son, Jesus Christ.
Even the wisest among us have more to discover in Jesus. His resources have no end, and His counsel is the wisest we will ever know.
He expands our understanding as we seek to know him more.
Jesus said that we should not to be surprised when we face many trials in this life but instead take hope in Him.
Don’t let yesterday’s seemingly unanswered prayers stop you from praying in faith today
May we not take for granted the time that we have been given.
We need to not lose sight of the one who paid it all—the one who calls us by name.
No matter how long it has been since you felt the power of the gospel in your life, you can find fresh revelation in Christ today.
Noah’s obedience saved all of humanity. What can our obedience to God and His Word do?
God tells us nothing is impossible with Him. We can do all things through Christ who strengthens us.
Whenever you are feeling worried of the things of this world, you can always go to Jesus.
While the days in which we live are evil, we have the freedom to follow God. His ways will always provide the best path in life.
When your heart is attached to other things, other concerns, and other desires, those things compete for the space God's Word should have within your heart.
God never moves hastily, but when He moves, He moves swiftly.
When you go deeper in your relationship with God, you become so intertwined with Him that the challenges you face won’t pull you away from Him.
A person of faith consistently lives in the belief that God has a future and a hope in store for them, and He alone will bring it to pass.
We need to allow your heart to focus on what God is whispering to it.
When you quiet the chaos, your heart will become more intentional about what God has to say.
An unguarded heart is an unintentional heart. It cannot purposefully embrace what God has to say.
God looks upon us with eyes of grace and mercy, desiring a personal relationship and intimate fellowship with us.
Missionaries are in need of our prayer support for their courage.
We need to pray for missionaries asking God to deliver them from danger—from spiritual opposition, human opposition and natural dangers.
When we choose to love—love God, love others, and love myself—everything else finds the right course.
There is nothing, absolutely nothing that will knock down God’s love.
God is relentlessly patient with you, even though He has every right not to be.
God's word is adamant that believers need to be equally yoked in relationships.
Jesus said that all it takes to move a mountain is faith the size of a mustard seed.