Would you die for your loved ones? possibly yes, but would you die for a stranger? I’m guessing your answer is a positive No. God loves you so much that he sent his son to die for you.
Are you on your death bed and feeling afraid, alone, forsaken and dejected? Making a bold declaration of faith will strengthen you for the next journey to eternity. It’ll shift your focus away from the tribulations of this world and set your heart on the journey home to heaven.
Staying in faith can become a struggle for new Christians if care is not taken. I once read about a muslim who had an encounter with Christ and she eventually surrendered to Christ. Throughout her lifetime, Begum Bilquis Sheikh followed Christ with all her mind. However, the journey to leaving Islam and becoming a fully fledged Christian was not at all that smooth.
Should you struggle with admitting wrongdoings, do not be ashamed of it, do not cover it up, instead seek God’s help in humility and ask him to help you to be considerate of others in deeds and in words.
A state of self-reflection brings us to repentance and one that we must continuously observe like Job, who often sought God’s forgiveness for his children should they had sinned against God (Job 1:5).
God’s ways are not our ways and his thoughts are not our thoughts (Isaiah 55:8). It will be foolhardy of us to think that we are perfect and we know all the ways to do things. We are not all knowing like God, He is the only omnipotent and omniscient ever in existence. When we follow our ways, we get lost in the world but when we follow God’s ways, we are saved, delivered, redeemed and shielded from impending evil.
I believe in Jesus and I am saved. I Believe in Jesus and I am set free I Believe in Jesus and I am no longer condemned I Believe in Jesus and I sin no more Jesus I believe! Some believe in their own strengths Some believe in their wealth Some believe in other gods…
Whenever I need provision of any sort I reach for my Bible and I declare in faith; The Lord is my shepherd. I shall not want (Psalms 23:1). I declare this scripture because I am aware that Shepherds always provide for their sheep. They go to any length to look for food, water and shelter for their sheep. They go beyond providing the basic needs, they guide, direct and protect their sheep. I have made the Lord Jesus Christ my shepherd and Jesus is a good shepherd who laid down his life for his sheep (John 10:11-15). Therefore I am convinced that he will provide for all my need and yours.
Since the time Adam sinned, sons of man have inherited death through sinning. “All men have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God“Romans 3:23. Through this, everybody born of man can no longer inherit eternal life except we ask for the forgiveness of our sins, repent from sinning and follow God through his…
God is the omnipotent-he has unlimited power to do anything. He created all things (Isaiah 44:24), the heavens and the earth through the power of his words(Genesis 1, Psalm 33:6). His power was revealed in his son Jesus Christ – the second person of the Trinity, who performed numerous miracles throughout his ministry. He has…