Tell three people and equip them to share. Help them to understand that they need not fear for the power was given to them, too. They have the power to walk on Satan’s serpents and to overcome his lies (Luke 10:19, ESV).
God designed fellowship as a stroll through the garden, listening as God speaks to His children.
I never really saw it this way until today. One of the glorious scenes of Jesus’s resurrection is the moment Mary looks into the empty tomb, and what does she see? She sees a picture of the Ark of the Covenant. A wondrous image of God’s Ark lost to the Babylonian empire is returned to Jerusalem, signaling the return of the Holy Spirit to man.
There will come a day when we will look back and can clearly see what God did today, during our time of national, and for many of us, personal crisis. Expect amazement at the hand of God, moving throughout our land to carry this nation through.
People are scared, feeling threatened, and looking for a word, any word of encouragement. Let them hear God’s word, boldly spoken.
God doesn’t expect that we should all wonder about the world. Seek out those closest to us and find a way to serve.
And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. But rather fear Him who is able to destroy both the soul and the body in hell (Matthew 10:28).
Trust in the Lord for we are God’s children through our acceptance and love for his son, Jesus. But, as we draw closer to Jesus and choose to trust in him, the world turns against us.
“Yo! Hey, buddy, move!” Maybe, you know the look. The look is a mix of “pity for the poor soul that knows no better” and “whenever you’re ready, you could maybe wake up and step two paces to one side?”
When we move forward in faith, we can see God’s promise, the promise the Israelites missed, the real promised land in the presence of God, our Father, His Son, Jesus, and forever with the Spirit of God. We have the same promise as they. But we can see it more clearly when we turn around and walk.