Isaiah 35:8-10 carries a wonderful promise for the child of God. Let us read such together: “A highway shall be there, and a road, and…
As you enter this new year, do so with confidence. Remember Mary. Remember that though weeping may last through the night, joy is surely coming (Ps 30:5).
This is what Jesus saves us from: a permanent separation, an eternity in hell, ages and eons apart from our Creator, Lover, Lord of All. If we believe in Him, we do not get cut off.
A negative response renders the Good News unable to impact your life. Our choice can make powerless the power that makes all other powers trivial.
Let us be thankful. Not merely over Easter, but rather each day, every day.
Dear friend, your decisions matter. Your life matters. You obeying or disobeying matters, more than you know.
Do not look to this world to provide your needs, but keep your eyes on Christ.
Jesus tells us not only to accept His love but to abide in it. How do we abide? By remaining constantly aware of Him throughout the day and the love He has for us.
Today, regardless of what you are facing, whether such be water, desert, fire – or a combination thereof – our Lord is hard at work, bringing about your victory over the situation. Trust in Him. Lean on Him. He is your Comforter, Counsellor and Deliverer.
Dear friend, are you fighting God? He desires only your good, be assured of that. Do not fight, rather follow. Do not frustrate your Maker, do not frustrate the One who bled and died to set you free.