Genesis 2:23,24 (KJV)
23 And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man.
24 Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.
I remember when I first kissed my wife, for I was on cloud nine. Immediately, my heart was full of love towards my future wife.
Genesis 3:19 (KJV)
19 In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, till thou return unto the ground; for out of it wast thou taken: for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.
We can be made clean by the blood of Jesus but most neglect this precious opportunity. The wrath of God is therefore poured out upon the wicked in judgement.
The knowledge we gain from God is worth every penny. “For the merchandise of it is better than the merchandise of silver, and the gain thereof than fine gold.”
Many false teachings can come into a church, when new “so-called” revelation begins to override what the Bible teaches.
Each time a woman has an abortion, she is committing murder. People go to jail and killed for this same act but they are getting off scot free.
The Bible teaches, “thou shalt not commit adultery”. However, It is more than having sex with someone that is married, that is not our spouse.
How grateful I am to have such a loving Father. To be called the son of the Most High God means the world to me.
I pray that you let Jesus cut down all your walls that you’ve built up over the years. That He will tear down the bridges you have made between you and your family.
When God does good things in your lives, be grateful. Learn from the leper who was healed by Jesus when he, “fell down on his face at his feet, giving him thanks”.
Living a life for Christ is freedom. We don’t have guilt hanging over our heads any longer. When we sin Jesus pulls us through it.
Do we run from our sins or let the sin take root in our lives? When we face a temptation do we easily give way to it or do we put up our guards to deflect it?
The story of Joseph, being sold into Egypt and then his death being lied about is saddening. I feel for the loss Joseph’s father must have felt in that moment.
The story of Jacob and Esau truly helps me understand what God’s love is about. When we pray with all sincerity of heart He listens.
I feel so blessed to have Jesus in my life. The Lord’s presence is all around me and I am so amazed to feel His goodness and grace.
One thing the Lord has taught me in my marriage is you can never tell your spouse I love you enough. This phrase will never get old.
The times I felt I could do everything on my own were the toughest times in my life. I never had the best answer to my problems.
Before the Lord returns in the heavens above I hope to help bring many more souls to Him. It wouldn’t be fair for me to keep the goodness of God to myself.
Know that Jesus, our Lord, sees you. He sees your every struggle in life. He knows that times can be hard and lonely.
When we walk worthy in the sight of God we are able to wield off the fiery darts of the evil one. Temptation has no power over us for the Lord is with us.
When we follow the Lord’s will instead of our own many great things will take place. We will become honest and true amongst others.
If I accidentally hurt anyone, I want them to know how sorry I am. It is a big relief to say sorry. It is like a huge rock lifted off my shoulders.
Living a life of sin can drive someone to lust after what isn’t ours. This physical joy can toy around with us and make us believe that it will last.
The Lord loves His children. He can see through our busy lives and knows who truly loves Him. His faithful sings praises to His Name.