During trying and challenging times we have to be diligent in guarding our hearts and minds. It’s easy to let the “noise” of the world, headlines and social media chatter take our eyes off of Jesus and rob of us of peace. We all need to remember to trust in the Lord, it can be so easy to forget.
If you’re like most people, the more chaotic life gets, the more you need a solution broken down in easy-to-understand concepts. Isaiah 40:31 says, “Those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary...
Where are you at today? And, we’re not talking about your physical location. Is your life stable? Are you on the right road? Our topic this week is the perfect timing of God. You might be in an okay place, or you might be free falling and feeling lonely. Read more and be encouraged.
It’s alive, active, durable, the truth and life-giving. It’s an all time bestseller and has been read by more people and influenced the world more than any other book. It’s the Bible, God’s word given to us and it’s what this week’s devotionals are all about.
Let’s face it, sometimes “life happens”. We all encounter challenges, obstacles, trials and circumstances that want to make us throw up our hands and give up. But, the good news is that Jesus is alive, He loves us and cares for us. AND, He wants us to overcome.
How would the world change, if each of us committed to loving like Jesus? Judging others is easy, and so is turning a blind eye to the needs of those around us. There is another way! The Bible tells us God is love, and if we choose to model our character, and our heart, after Him — we can change the world.
It’s easy to let our thoughts get the best of us which is why God’s word tells us to ‘take every thought captive’. Sometimes, you need to take a step and let God’s grace put life into perspective. Read this week’s devotionals and begin experiencing God’s amazing grace.
In this week’s devotionals we focus on the obligation we have to defend freedom. Joshua 1:9 commands us, “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go.”
We all screw up. Fail in some way. We fall short of goals or get embarrassed and feel like giving up. It’s easy then to feel like we’ll never win again. But that’s not how God sees you or your situation. He sees you future as bright and full of amazing opportunity.