If we have Jesus, we cannot NOT have hope, for Jesus is our hope. If we lose our hope, we lose our focus. Hope is the expectation of good coming our way.
Sharing our faith reminds us of God’s truth applied to real people. And, those words reveal to us more of those good things God wants us to have as well.
The blessing of this annoying love of God is that if we can get rid of it when we want to, then we absolutely cannot lose it if when we want to enjoy it.
I used to live under the burden of trying to prove my love to God. I didn’t think I was worthy of notice on my own, so I needed to find ways to stand out.
Maybe you are aware of areas of your failures or recognize others are ahead of you. Whatever the reason, are you ready to amp up your Christian life?
What is confidence in prayer? Is it making God do what we want? Instinctively, we know this isn’t it, but what is confidence we have in approaching to God?
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Maybe John noticed blood where Jesus had prayed. Maybe Peter wondered what if he had stayed awake. I’m not questioning if it happened. How did they know?
All of us want to connect with God from our heart. So, let’s ready our hearts to pray. Here are 15 things you can do to prepare your heart for prayer.
Do we start off as a slave or servant of God than you work your way up to a friend or lover of God? Where am I now? Am I God’s friend or servant?
Sometimes it is easier to turn off our hearts in obedience than to wrestle with God about things we don’t want to do. God wants connection over obedience.
Jesus first came to the one who had the greatest passion for Him. This is the final part of a message by Francis Frangipane on Unrelenting Love.