Whatever your plans are right now, slow down. Take those plans to God! Give thought to your ways this week, and commit your plans to the Lord!
Should we sin more, that grace may abound? Certainly not! I am grateful that God has orchestrated things in such a way that His perfect grace and justice work hand-in-hand so that I might be saved from death, lavished with His love and blessings, and still have the motivation and drive to pursue His will for my life!
If you feel as though you have broken what was good for you, remember that God always has more and better and perfect, and He has already written your name on it!
The family of God is the most important family in every society, and God’s greatest call on all of our lives is to grow that family! For some, that will mean marriage and children and grandchildren. For all, that means sharing the gospel, and sharing the love of God at every opportunity!
Your Heavenly Father knows your heart, because He created it. He recognizes His Spirit within you, and He desires to cultivate you into exactly what He intended you to be! Let Him do that!
Everyone experiences struggles and strongholds, and the world offers us many solutions. Unfortunately, none of those solutions will bring about the change that we so desperately need! Only the love of Jesus can make that difference in our lives!
We all experience loss or suffering or tragedy in our lives. In hearing Dane and Angie Morvant’s testimony, we were reminded of God’s faithfulness in the worst storms of life!
God’s love is so very deep! He loves us in spite of us, yet His Word calls us to change. We can’t be good on our own, but praise God for the righteousness of His Son and the indwelling of His Holy Spirit to help us grow into what He created us to be!
Facts can be good or devastating, but we are called to have faith in God, often in spite of difficult facts. However, it is important to remember that it is the facts that we know about God that give us confidence as we place our faith in Him!
Unity is vital to the health of the Body of Christ, but we often confuse unity with uniformity. This can create disunity, and disunity is such a difficult issue to resolve within the Body of Christ!