Let go of the need for others to notice you, so they can notice the God IN you.
Why do we struggle with consistency in our Christian walk? I’ve asked myself this question countless of times now. Why can’t we be just as on fire as the day we started?
If you are worried about what the future holds or about your needs, (financial or otherwise), this one’s for you. Learn to speak words of peace, joy and calmness.
Matthew 24:14 (AMP)
This good news of the kingdom [the gospel] will be preached throughout the whole world as a testimony to all the nations, and then the end [of the age] will come.
Our business on the day after Easter should stay the same. We are not to stop saying He is Risen and go from posting cute pictures and memes about Jesus to gossiping and backbiting about our church leaders and fellow members. Our job on the day after easter is to continue what we were doing, continue letting people know that He is risen — Don’t lose focus.
No amount of worship is enough, but here’s a countdown of 20 songs to definitely listen to this easter.
Like Jesus, Isaac was a son of promise, long awaited by his parents. The sons of (s)laughter were born under unnatural circumstances. Isaac was born to a mother who was old and barren while Jesus was born to young woman who was a virgin. Two extreme situations that should have made it impossible to conceive a child, yet with God – all things are possible.