We need our daily bread from Heaven. We need to hear from God every day. We can’t have one hot meal a week and expect our spiritual bodies to grow. Let’s stay hungry for the Word and let’s maintain an appetite for the Lord.
Don’t substitute God’s plans for “something better.” God has the final plans that are way better than the plots of the enemy and the creations of your mind. God doesn’t have a plan B!
Pure joy comes from God. He gives raw concentrated joy from Heaven that no earthly happiness can beat. Embrace His outpouring from Heaven. Trust that His joy can be your strength and trust that He has a supernatural way of blessing you even when sadness is all around you.
There is always good news coming from God. His good news will stay the same. Jesus is still the same. Jesus still saves, blesses and heals. Take His good news and let it crush the bad news you get. God’s news is always the best!
Don’t sell yourself short. Jesus paid the price for you and you are priceless in His eyes. You were worth dying for and He still loves you the way He did on the cross.
Don’t buy into the negative movies the enemy projects on the screen of your mind. Let God direct the movie of your life! He has one scenario, one plot and one outcome. Through Him you always win in the end!
The Lord goes before you. He paved the way for you so that trouble won’t trouble you. Pain won’t pain you. Hurt won’t hurt you. Harm won’t harm you. Obstacles won’t hinder you. The Lord goes before you. You have nothing to fear and nothing to worry about!
Don’t let your timeline get in the way of God’s timing. He has the perfect timeframes and He knows what time it is. Trust Him. Everything will happen at the best time!
Pride alienates us from God. When we humble ourselves, we get closer to the heart of the Father. Let’s separate from pride so we can unite with Christ!
Look for love in all the right places. Look for love in Jesus, in His Word, in His promises, in His Spirit, in your relationship with Him, and in everything He does for you!
Suggested reading: Isaiah 54:10; Galatians 2:20; 1 John 4:7-8