Has the Holy Spirit prompted you to do something outside of your comfort zone? Are you arguing with God over this idea, reminding Him that you do not have the necessary skills to move ahead? Why?
We are not always given an opportunity to prepare ahead of time to do God’s business. There is an element of the unexpected in our walk with Christ, and we have to accept that spontaneity is sometimes necessary. Therefore, fait… Read More
The word for difficulty in Hebrew is peleh. The word for miracle is the very same word, peleh. Every difficulty in your life is a potential miracle.
A miracle is defined as, an effect or extraordinary event in the physical world that surpasses all known human or natural powers and is ascribed to a supernatural cause. Such an effect or event is considered a work of God.
In Isaiah 9:6, Messiah is called Wonderful Counsel… Read More
“It expands my faith to know that God is not limited to working in ways I can understand.” ~Sandra Byrd
Have you been distracted by problems and adversity as of late? Have they kept you from prayer? God is never bewildered by our circumstances but He does want us to seek His counsel and request His help. What may seem impossible to us is nothing for our Creator to overcome. In fact, God can be very imaginative when it com… Read More
The self-will of mankind has caused us much suffering and loss. We like to plan our course and then move forward without asking God if our plan is His plan and desire for us. Why do we leave the Lord out of our decision-making process?
The Bible assures us that God has plans to prosper us, not harm. We view discomfort as a bad thing but really, adversity builds character and refines our nature. Sometimes we need to feel pain b… Read More
God’s love is a gift. Like a Christmas present sitting under a tree, He waits for us to embrace Him and unwrap His glorious mysteries. God longs for our fellowship. As our Creator, He knows everything about us. On the other hand, we know so little of Him! He desires intimacy and is jealous for us. But every relationship requires effort to keep the connection healthy and strong. We must invest our time if we wish to see gro… Read More
There is a difference between envy and jealousy. Jealousy has to do with holding on to what you already have because you are afraid someone else is going to take it away. It requires three parties. Envy involves wanting what someone else has and is limited to two parties.
Envy began in the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve. Jealousy quickly followed with their sons, Cain and Abel. God provided a paradise for Adam and Eve. Ev… Read More