Break out into singing all you children of the Jehovah Sabaoth! Be still! Rejoice! He is God! He is exalted among the nations! He is exalted in the earth! Be still! Rejoice!
Romans 8:28 (NKJV) 28 And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose. Let’s get back to the rest of this wonderful promise! for good. Now here, most people have many misconceptions. When we think of our good, we think…
Romans 8:28 (NKJV) 28 And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose. One of the most loved verses in the Bible, this promise offers such comfort to believers everywhere. It gives us an assurance that everything that happens in our…
HIS BELOVED SON.
HIS BELOVED DAUGHTER.
It turns out decisional forgiveness, as the department of psychology at the University of Munich refers to it, is necessary, but it’s not enough. Moving forward requires our emotional forgiveness, which is bad news for those of us who have trained our emotions to wipe their feet at the door and stay out of logic’s way. –…
Because through the process, the Lord is with us. Though the process, in our ups and down, the Lord is with us. Through the process, on our bumpy road, the Lord is with us!
His promise is true!
His promise is perfect!
His promise is sovereign!
His promise is irrevocable!
Bible passages: 2 Kings 18-20, 2 Chronicles 29-32, Isaiah 36-39 *All Bible passages used are in NKJV King Hezekiah, son of King Ahaz and Abijah, daughter of Zechariah, was the 13th king of Judah and the king who “did what was right, good and true in the sight of the LORD, according to all…
"Let us learn on Jesus ways on how he resisted temptation. He soak, fill and saturate. Early in the morning he will wake up to devote his time to the Lord. He will fast for him to regain the zeal of his commitment to do the will of God to him and to draw near to God.
Let us follow Jesus ways! Let he be our role model to resist temptation in this world."
A personal experience has inspired me in writing this blog. When I was in grade school, I was often bullied so I tried to fit in and be a 'somehow' bully-type student. This continues until secondary school, subconsciously until I reached my university days. I carried this until my first job in Philippines, I was working like I was competing for superb applause and praise from the people around me. I even came to the point where I skip lunch just to accomplish a deadline, seeking for pleasing recognition from my immediate supervisor. But when I met Jesus, He showed me that I was indeed created perfectly by God. That no one can turn me down, I am His son, I am precious, I am chosen! Daily revelations from God by meditating in His words have given me clear directions where to put my focus, energy, resources and time.
Because of Jesus' obedience, we are saved. We are spared from God's wrath. Only thing we need to do is to "believe" and to have faith in His blood that shed on the cross.
Now, by believing in Him, we will have Eternal Life (John 3:16). This is the Life that we have through CHRIST.