The lord God will move in our lives, if we allow Him. We can either continue to walk in sin or allow God to take us from that dark place, we are in, and bring us into His light.
The Lord is so good to us. And because of His goodness, He never forgets to poor out His blessings upon His elect. His children are precious in His sight.
I was raised in a specific church family with specific values. For many years, I thought I was on the right path.
If you are living apart from the living God, then repent. Come unto Jesus, our Savior. Call upon His Name right now.
Just to think about what the Lord Jesus has done for me and all mankind is amazing. My mind is blown just thinking about the cross.
When the Lord takes us in, we are all given talents. Some few and some many. What have you done with God’s gifts in your life?
A person that builds up their faith on prayer and the Bible is secure in God’s kingdom. These people have a right to share the truth of God with others, for the Lord is with them.
We learn of the Lord Jesus’s power when it is written, “The Lord shall send the rod of thy strength out of Zion: rule thou in the midst of thine enemies.”
If you have not given your life to Jesus, do so today. No longer delay the day of your salvation. The Lord is waiting.
God’s words are holy. “The words of the Lord are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times.
Everyone that follows Jesus are so blessed, as to know in their hearts, that they are saved. They have no worries of death, for they will be with their Savior.
There is a way to heaven and that is through Jesus. An open heart to God’s counsel will help you follow Him.
God can see the goodness in our lives. Especially if we are being led by Him. If anything good has come, it is from His matchless love.
Have you considered what it would be like if you were to die today? Are you ready for judgement? Think about your life before God.
God’s creation is known by all God’s children. They have been awakened by the Holy Spirit and a revival has been set in their hearts.
The Lord is so amazing in His love for us. I can’t even explain the amount of kind acts He has done for me. The Lord is my Shepherd.
Open your heart to God, even this very hour. Listen to His counsel. If you have been led by His hand, then you are safe.
Let the Lord show you what needs to go and what can stay. Don’t be a fool and listen to God but continue to walk in your own ways.
God is above all the idols in people’s lives. He is worth more than all our time on the phone. He is worth more than the time we spend watching TV.
If your heart is far from God now, repent before time is up! Confess your sins that your heart may be cleansed by the blood of Jesus.
It takes a person’s desire to learn from God, in order to change their life. Chastisement is necessary, in order for a change to occur.
Though we can’t see the divinity of God, He empowers us to do mighty things, through Him. We can’t even imagine the power and might of our God.
Our love for God will grow as we abide in God’s Word. Through reading and studying His Words, we are able to commune with the Lord and know His will for our lives.
Come and worship the God of the heavens. Come before Him and sing songs to His Name. For He is holy. Holy, holy is His Name. I shout praises to the Name of Jesus.
David didn’t just pray like anyone, he prayed from the heart. He knew God was there, ready to answer his call at any moment.
God’s counsel to Ezekiel, for the “captivity of Telabib”, was to “speak unto them, and tell them, Thus saith the Lord God”.
Know this that God does not live in wicked people or places. He is holy, and if you desire to be in His presence, you ought to also live for Him.
Listen to how David came to the Lord for assistance, “I will hear what God the Lord will speak: for he will speak peace unto his people, and to his saints.”
Psalm 82 starts off by saying, “God standeth in the congregation of the mighty; he judgeth among the gods.” Who are these people that are called gods?
David explained how we can escape God’s wrath and anger. He said, “Let thy hand be upon the man of thy right hand, upon the son of man whom thou madest strong for thyself.”