He comes into our world, not to be amongst the carousel of party goers, but to soothe the cries of the endless waves of tearful groans and painful moans.
...that perhaps to start a new season right is to begin with pursuing an intimacy with God not just for a period of time, but as a preoccupation of life
This is our song of courage, our praise for every pain, and the faith for our fear so we need not be scarred over our failures, or scared over our problems ahead.
You can always count on God to water arid hearts and to rend impossible heavens opened. So we can foretaste the sweet out of His bounty for all our bitter. Because His rain isn't merely sentimental, but supernatural, His comfort supersedes every sorrow and every tear we've shed.
Fear can so cripple us, but may I just take you with me to see what God say about your tomorrow, and how it might affect your today?
I should memorise this by now: whenever we complain, we break the flow of praise, whenever we argue, we doubt the Hand that makes all the scrambled edges full.
Though the world may go insane, there remains for us an anchor for our soul
His truth can heal your broken yesterdays, so you can break open for others in your tomorrows.
...what really, are we binging on? could it be that we're working hard and earning shallow, sowing hard but reaping little? ...
...ever wonder why the best things in life comes the hardest, the slowest? Maybe the enemy to real productivity is what's inside of us...here's so that we can actually take heart and go on building something substantial with our life, & go on from passivity to real productivity in discovering His call for our lives
We can listen long enough to the problems we see in us and forget the depth of reality of who He's made us to be.
When you feel you're lacking power in your daily walk, power may just come on when you make your daily walk about Him and others...
"Godliness" that has no contentment will be a legalistic pursuit of holiness that leaves the pursuer hungry and dissatisfied...
I must have listened to this Word 5 or 6 times, and still, not have enough. I take it in by the mouthfuls - how this Word out of his words, reminds me that we've got a shield, a Mighty Fortress. And how the wind of adversity: the challenges of life, the discouragement of people, the… Continue reading why the winds of adversity can’t take us down
Jesus takes it personally and identifies with His body in a way that we become a part of who He is.