Considering all the glowing commendations that Moses receives in the New Testament, it is surprising how much fear and doubt he grappled with in the beginning.
"Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God." -Corrie Ten Boom Are you feeling anxious about your future? We've all been there at some point. High School students worry about college. College students worry about getting a good job. Parents worry about how their kids will turn out. People worry about… Continue reading Know God and Trust Him
Each week, we turn our focus to praying for a specific person or group of people. If you missed the original post on effective prayer, read it here. Effective prayer is a learned habit requiring discipline and diligence. To that end, I am encouraging you to write down the people you are praying for. Part… Continue reading The Effective Prayer 5.25.15 – Families of the Fallen
If God gives a command, He will help you succeed if you trust and obey. Gideon is trained to trust... all the way to the final battle.
Hebrews 11 is commonly referred to as the faith chapter. The people named within are called the “heroes of faith.” These "heroes" were trained to trust, not only for their benefit, but also for ours. Their relationships with God demonstrate to us His faithfulness, His trustworthiness and His unfailing love. The accounts are there to teach us that God can be trusted. Read more to find out how God trained Gideon to trust in Him.
Each week, we turn our focus to praying for a specific person or group of people. This week, let's focus on the head of our government---the president. The, buck stops at his desk and he has authority to sway the country. To that end, we need to pray for him.
In all your ways acknowledge Him [God], and He will direct your paths. Proverbs 3:5-6
What are you putting into your mind? Is it building your trust in God or depleting it?
Cops are people too. They have souls. They have families. Pray for them.
Isn't it a blessing to have friends to lean on? Friends give you a shoulder to cry on, a sympathetic ear, and a warm hug. We aren't going to make ourselves vulnerable to our friends if we don't trust them. We aren't going to trust them if we never communicate with them. Do you trust God and confide in Him as you would a friend through prayer?