Failure to exercise our influence in the world is rebellion making us contemptible. To not be in my God given place of authority is defeat and devastation.
I have learned, through much pain and difficulty that I need NO man. Dependence on anyone or anything other than God is just destructive.
The writers of the Gospels touched and received every bit of those Divine Words, while still remaining Christ THE Word. Fully Jesus yet completely through man.
Psalm 91 says, The Lord is my Shepherd! He protects me and saves me from the deadly pestilence. In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, are we safe?
As I’ve watched the news seeing the evidence of mass panic hitting the US over the Coronavirus, I've been tempted to enter into the fears but have an answer.
To walk with God, we quickly learn that comprehensive understanding is unattainable. In the mystery of God, I experience great expanse, not limitation.
Obed-Edom became a gatekeeper in the Lord's. He was willing to be a simple attendant for the Lord. He preferred the Presence of the Lord this much.
No one person that could be my complete source. I was never intended for me to feed off of another human being. Body Life, yes. Codependence? No.
There's another aspect of God using our motives to move us to be in line with His Will—being a child. Once Jesus is our Lord, He is actually Lord.
My path toward rectifying a problem led me to come face to face with God’s purpose and provision. I moved to fix a problem, but God brought me to Himself.
The motives of my heart are no impediment to the move of God once I have committed my life to Him. He can use my motives to lead me into His perfect Will.
Life's to be lived in the moment. Truly this moment is all I have. Only in the present moment can we experience our place of union and relationship with God.