By the public train, we split up and started sharing the gospel with those that would listen. There I met this wonderful man.
While talking with this man, Patrick brought up the fact that during the crucifixion of Jesus, the veil of the temple was ripped in half.
Don’t worry about those that rise up against you. There are enemies against the faith of God but even they can be saved.
Trusting in your own heart or someone else that there is no God, is insane. There is always room to learn.
God loves the humble for they are open to receive Him. God’s counsel is taken with thanks. They are open to see the wickedness in their hearts.
Though I felt far from the Lord, I started looking to Him for relief. In all my shame, I came to God for mercy.
The Lord God knows who loves or hates His words. Most people would rather walk in the ways of the world then change their ways.
Submit your lives to God. No longer let the members of your body fight inside of you. There is nothing good that can come from this.
Choose ye, this day, whom you will serve. I pray that your heart is compelled to repent, if you are in sin. If you are covered by the blood of Jesus, then rejoice.
The heart of the Lord is pure. He is virtuous above all things. There is only holiness in the Lord. His ways are higher than anything in this world.
The greatest joy we can have in our lives is through the love of Jesus. His love changes us to become men and women of valor.
Get back up when you sin. Humble yourself and come to God in prayer for deliverance. God continues to beckon us home, though we have strayed.
One gentlemen stood there listening to the preaching, so I approached him. I asked if he was a follower of Jesus. His response was that he was Mormon.
Thank the Lord for caring so deeply for your life. Without even thinking about it, God helps us get back on His path of righteousness.
If any of you have strayed from the path of God then get on your knees now and pray. Confess your sins before the Lord.
There will be a day when everyone will be judged before the Lord, Jesus Christ. He can see the person we are today and the person we can become.
Let us now review our own lives before God. If you died today, would you be ready to meet Jesus in judgement?
We know that habitual sinners will not inherit the kingdom of God. However, this doesn’t mean we won’t ever sin.
What an amazing love to have Jesus die for our sins on the cross. We are no longer condemned but alive in our Lord Jesus Christ.
It is an honor to serve the King of Glory. God is all powerful and I am honored to follow Him. I delight to do His will.
Do your favorite things have God in the mix? Is your favorite book, the Bible or other books? This life we are leading can either go two directions.
Paul taught about people being divided in the faith. Some would say to him, “I am of Paul; and I of Apollos; and I of Cephas; and I of Christ.”
In Psalm 39, David said, “I will take heed to my ways, that I sin not with my tongue: I will keep my mouth with a bridle, while the wicked is before me.”
All of my desire is to follow Jesus. I will go wherever He leads me. I will do what He says, no matter what befalls me. I will walk the line for my Savior.
The wrath of God is upon everyone that doesn’t fear Him. How severe a punishment will a person receive in judgement if they were found disrespecting God in this life.
The next day, I turned on a Christian radio station and the song lifesong, by Casting Crowns, was playing. In this moment, an incredible feeling of peace came over me.
Jesus taught, “Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.” The lives we are living outside of Christ will never save us.
It is an honor to serve my God, my King. I trust in His goodness to save me from my foes. When I speak through the Holy Spirit nothing can pierce me for God is with me.
Know that God can see our hearts. He knows our true desires by how we live our lives. If our passion isn’t to serve Him, He knows.
There is nothing like our God. He is all mighty and can do all things. Things we think are impossible are practical for Him.
God’s will is that we live a fruitful life for Him by engaging in His Word and seeking Him in prayer often.