Fix your eyes on the One who walks on water. Stop staring at the water. Stop believing in the water. Believe in the One who is above all waters. Walk with the Lord on the water. Let your faith keep you above the waters.
When Love takes ahold of you, it changes you. Jesus can change you in a second. Allow Him to take over your life. Give Him all of you. His love will mold you, alter you and bless you. When Love takes ahold of you, the enemy really can’t stand you. Stand in Love with the Lord and the enemy will flee!
Your life will bear fruit. Your life will bear the fruit of the Spirit. Your connection and your fellowship with the Holy Spirit will bear fruit. Be a fruit bearer for Jesus by trusting in His Spirit.
Every time your future presents itself as a blank page, remind your future who the author of your story is. God wrote your story a long time ago. It doesn’t matter if the future looks bleak, the Lord already knows what will take place and it will be to His glory!
Don’t dwell on your problems. They can’t make you stronger. Dwell on the Lord and He will make you stronger than your problems!
Run away from negativity. Not out of fear but out of faith!
When the enemy tells you that this is it, tell him that it is it for him. His time making you suffer is up. Tell him that Jesus paid the price so you could enjoy your time in His love. God has the final say.
Angels are constantly praising and adoring the Lord. We need to join the choir of praise that keeps going no matter what. Let’s have unconditional praises that change our temporary conditions!
If we paid more attention to our beams instead of other people’s specks of sawdust, we would find ways to turn our beams into specks and eventually our specks would turn into tiny particles. God can trim prides of all sizes.
Don’t get too comfortable with the temperature of your spiritual thermometer. God wants to increase the heat with His light of blessings in your life. We are not meant to reside in cold winters forever. God’s summers are our destinations.
Suggested reading: Psalm 5:3; Proverbs 23:18; Matthew 7:3-5