Do you doubt God’s love for you? Are you convinced of His love and faithfulness towards a fallen humanity? Consider these facts from God’s Word: In the Garden of Eden, God showed us His idea of the true “Good Life”. He told us to be fruitful, to conquer, to enjoy, to care for, and
In this article we will be able to see that being a leader goes beyond telling people what do. We will be able to see that just having people following you is not enough. Many followers are satisfied with this concept of just following somebody, because it takes away the responsibility that they also have to do their part in God’s Kingdom. This mentality seems to also satisfy many of our current leaders as they are comfortable with the idea of members over disciples…
(First Corinthians 13:7-8) In an age with so many disturbing definitions of love; everybody loving everything everywhere; it is so easy to move away from what love really is. It is so easy to engage in the confusion of this world and lose sight of what is beyond the red roses of Valentine’s Day. This
Many of us have seen the two paths so very clearly; one focusing on self and the other on God. One is sold out to the loud counsel of our will, our emotions, our feelings and our desires. The other path show us an ugly cross resting on top of the horizon line. That cross
In life, we attach ourselves to so many things; our jobs, our families, our hobbies, our cars, the way we look, our clothing, our “Toys” etc. We passionately hold on to many things that are not necessarily bad according to society. However, our un-negotiable attachment should be to God and to God alone.
“Inspired out of Hebrews Eleven” Faith gives us the assurance that what we hope for will become a reality. Faith is not limited by what our eyes can’t see. Faith caused the ancients to be commended in the mix of their humanity. By faith God spoke the words that form our universe; He spoke what
You and I may be limping today. We may be walking with an uneven, funny step as the Enemy finds pleasure in striking our heels. The world may laugh at us. Our brothers and sisters may judge us at times; don’t be ashamed; our glory is not that we were not wounded in battle, but that by the power of God we are still standing today.
Your Christianity is not defined by your denomination, the building you went to do “church” on Sunday, how anointed the pastor was, the size of the congregation, the home group that you are a part of or how long the service lasted. Your Christianity is defined by your personal relationship with God, your commitment to pursue living life according to His ways, trusting HIM in-spite of how the circumstances look like and having a constant willingness to mature while you die to self and be more and more like Jesus.