Our belief in Christ makes us who we are. Living for Him brings joy into our hearts. His love radiates in our lives and others we are with. It is intoxicating. When you’ve felt it, you can never get enough. When we give up our priorities and give everything to God we will find true joy. We must discover the Lord, in order to be saved. We must discover Jesus in a new light, in order to feel His love. If we never make time for Him, He won’t know us after this life. He must come first among all things. Christ Jesus must be the pinnacle of our belief in order to find true joy. We must lift Him up in praise and no other. Nothing on earth will ever be more satisfying than His love. If you make time for God, through reading the Bible daily, your heart will change for the better. The Lord will be become near to you in prayer. You will begin to feel His holy presence. Humble yourself before the King in worship. Let His will be done in your life. Open your hearts to Him. True happiness can only be found in the Lord.
Seek to know the truth of God. Be teachable to the Lord in prayer. Let the Spirit move within You. Let the Lord lead you and be kind towards one another. Let His message of hope shine bright in your lives. People will notice there is something different in your lives but let that be a gift from God. Some may be kind and others cruel and question our beliefs. If people get upset and we continue to love them, they will notice. Let your hearts be knit in goodness towards others. If we are harmed by another don’t let it get you down and freely forgive them. Don’t let your hearts be hardened by the lives of others. Take a back seat and let the Lord take hold of your lives. When Jesus is with us, we won’t even think twice about how to treat people. He will help us choose the right. The Lord’s peace will be upon us and others we are with. Oh Lord, be with us always. Let your light so shine in our lives. When your Spirit prompts us to share your message, let us be bold. Let your will be done in our lives. We love You, Lord.
26 Then Abimelech came to him from Gerar with Ahuzzath, one of his friends, and Phichol the commander of his army.
27 And Isaac said to them, “Why have you come to me, since you hate me and have sent me away from you?”
28 But they said, “We have certainly seen that the Lord is with you. So we said, ‘Let there now be an oath between us, between you and us; and let us make a covenant with you,
29 that you will do us no harm, since we have not touched you, and since we have done nothing to you but good and have sent you away in peace. You are now the blessed of the Lord.’”