To share our faith, all we need is a willingness to tell other people about what we have discovered and how God has worked His will in our lives.
When those very tough trials come that test your faith, can you rest in God as your refuge and strength?
We need to stand strong for God’s truth, no matter what the rest of the world is telling us. We need to persevere in our faith and obedience.
When Jesus challenged His twelve disciples with the words “follow me”, He directed them to relationship. Christ desired them to have a relationship with God and then their families and communities.
Encourage those you see living for Jesus. But mostly let those without Jesus see Him living in you and me. Let us love and serve those we meet no matter what their circumstances. May we be more like Jesus.
It’s sad, how too many believers feel they are “gifted” to be a critic rather than an encourager. We all need to do a better job of leading in love to preserve harmony and relationship.
I wonder what would happen if we treated our Bible like we treat our cell phones… if we utilized God’s word in the same way we did our smartphone technology? Something to think about!
No matter how old we are, God has plans for us. In Ps. 92:14 we read, “Even in old age they will still produce fruit; they will remain vital and green.” Aging will be a joy when we let God walk with us.
It’s interesting to realize, we really don’t possess what we have in this life: our homes, our jobs, our toys, our automobiles, or even our family. They are simply entrusted to us for a period of time by a loving God.
Each of us has our own unique flaws. But it’s the cracks and flaws we each have that make our lives together so very interesting and rewarding. Life goes easier when we accept people for who they are and look for the good in each person.
God wants us to deepen our relationship with Him. He desires to abide with us every second of every day. To really know Him is to love Him. To love Him is to trust and obey His commands.
Many people love to re-purpose things, because “you never know when you might need it.” This can be said about people with a new purpose in their lives, as they are taught and trained by our Lord.
Today’s men are facing the cultural challenges of : loneliness, emotional isolation, confusion over their masculinity, being spiritually unprepared, and difficulty with intimacy and trust. Why is this occurring and how can men be helped?