As Christians we all may have been in situations where we knowingly or unknowingly compete either for leadership, status, or role. The disciples themselves got caught up in their need to see who was greatest among them.
Is your heart and mind in the right place when you enter the presence of God? Has your spiritual life become a habit instead of an attitude of devotion and praise? Let us be like David who said “You, God, are my God, earnestly I seek you; I thirst for you, my whole being longs for you, in a dry and parched land where there is no water.” Psalm 63:1
The devil wants the saved ones. HE already has in his pocket the unsaved …. but he will do anything to get the saved. Are you praying daily for your friends and their fight with the evil one? Are you willing to go to battle for your loved ones?
Another year for New Year resolutions. Is this a biblical tradition? Maybe it is time to truly take a look at this and see what God is asking of us.Let’s understand what is our purpose.
God wants to lead us but not control us because of our stubbornness. He alone can offer the best advice and guidance. Are you going where God is leading you or are you doing it all your way?
There is a difference between the knowing OF God and KNOWING God! Don’t rely on others to build a relationship with Christ. Do you know him for yourself?
Your renewal should be in solitude and quiet. In Jesus’ ministry he showed us the importance of solitude for renewal. Jesus time of solitude was spending time with God. “But Jesus often withdrew to lonely places and prayed.” Luke 5:16
God doesn’t label us. He infuses his wisdom and allows us to carry out his will. Don’t let your past or previous choices stop you from doing God’s will.
Have you ever read a story that left you mystified? The Bible is such an amazing book filled with not just stories to entertain but words that carries strong emotions within us that leave an invariable lesson and teaching in our own lives today. This bible story is an amazing one about not quitting!