The Christian walk with God is a walk from impurity, deficiency, and imperfection, to perfection. It is God’s will that we become perfect, just as He is.
The Bible is replete with stories of people with extraordinary faith. A level of faith that moved God to personally commend them. Yet their story is incomplete.
The presence of God in one’s life is a reward for faith in him, which is more valuable than any tangible thing. If you know God, but you have not experienced, and you can’t feel the sweetness of His presence, you are doing it wrong.
Faith. The much talked about, often misunderstood, easily misplaced, painful to lose, harder to regain force that governs the universe as we know it. And even more, than we know.
I searched for the word meekness and realized it was used only 14 times in the Bible. That is a little too few for my satisfaction, so I searched for meek also. Meek did one better, it appears 15 times, for a joint appearance of 29.
I do not know the S.I unit for measuring faith, but I do know that faith as small as mustard seeds can move mountains as big as Everest.
Be Sharp, don’t dull, no gawking, wise up, shine your eyes, ma goo, these are just a limited number out of the countless ways we are reminded not to be gentle this days.
Welcome to the “I don’t take nonsense” generation; here, the tolerance level is running low, patience is thinning out, longsuffering is none existent, if you
It seems some people are just allergic to peace and quiet. If there is no noise and ruckus greeting their presence, then something is wrong. They begin to feel like a fish on land.
There are some people, Christians especially, who it is just impossible to catch a smile lingering on their face. Meeting them on a Sunday, Monday or Friday, there is no difference. It is like their face doesn’t even acknowledge the weekend.
When the first group of people were branded “Christians” because they lived a life that reminded everyone around them of Jesus Christ, everyone else who believed in Jesus Christ thought the coolest thing that could happen to them was for someone to refer to them as a Christian.
I have always wondered why the first fruit of the Spirit is love, until I meet neighbor haters who were specialist demon chasers.
What happens when someone has faith, small as a grain of rice or bigger than Mount Everest, but refuses to apply the said faith in his everyday life?
Is there a way to ensure that none of my thoughts, words or actions would ever be counted as sin? Is there a category of
Grace is one of the most beautiful girl you’ll ever meet. Her beauty is duly matched by her intelligence and work ethic.