Especially on this Easter Monday, when all I’m thinking about is the sacrifice of the cross. Jesus died for me today. His mercy over me is new every single morning. I don’t have to work on yesterday’s anointing, I don’t have to work with yesterday’s miracles. There are new miracles to be seen, new frontiers to conquer. There is something fresh and new and exciting every single day in the walk with the Lord.
When we pray, we empower ourselves because we know that we are absolutely nothing without God. But because we have God, we have all we need. When God shows us who He is in comparison to the tiny people we are, we understand that He is big and we can do all things with Him, including get our dream jobs.
I have come to a place where I’m ready for God to take me anywhere and to do whatever He wants to do with my life. I don’t know why for some reason, anytime I think about that, I imagine that God will give me the most difficult test in my life. But that may not necessarily be the case. He may be about to give me the most exciting time of my life.
When we try to make human sense of the instructions that come from God, we fall right flat on our faces because He never makes intellectual sense.
God’s power is shown in your weakness, and that’s why we’re not christians because we’re perfect, but we’re christians because we have a perfect Father who wants to make us like Him.
A lovely Nigerian gospel medley easy like Tuesday afternoon?
The true test of our faith is not from the experience on the mountain and in the valley, it is in the experience on the plains. Our growth comes in how we handle the times when we don’t think that anything phenomenal is taking place.
I try to remind myself that God’s love compels. Once I keep my eyes on God and His love, my relationship with Him will be vibrant and exciting. It may not seem that way to anyone else, it may not even be evident to me, but after that season passes and I look over at my life, I’ll see the difference.
Rouse yourself up and look to God. Build your hope on Him. No matter if there are a hundred and one things that press, resolutely exclude them all and look to Him. “Look unto Me,” and salvation is, the moment you look.
If you’re ever afraid of where you’re headed in God, please rest. You’re not powerful enough to overturn God’s will. If you submit to Him, He will lead you and guide you to where He wants you to do.