Genesis 6:5-8 Everything had gone wrong. Could things be turned around? Yes! - but only by the grace of God. It was grace that found Noah - and equipped him for service. By God's grace - let us move forward with God: trusting him and serving him.
Day: March 15, 2023
Thank God for Jesus, and thank Him for His gift of eternal life.
Daniel 11:36-12:13; 1 John 5:1-21; Psalm 139:1-10 Scripture speaks of “the time of wrath” (Daniel 11:36), “a time of distress such as has not happened from the beginning of nations until then” (Daniel 12:1). For some, this will bring “shame and everlasting contempt.” Through the grace of God, others will receive “everlasting life” (Daniel 12:20). …
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Sing Hallelujah to the Lord.
The Lord “turns a rock into a pool, filled with water, and turns flint into a spring flowing with water” (Psalm 114:8). The “Hallelujah” arises from the hearts of God’s people (Psalm 115:18; Psalm 116:19; Psalm 117:2), “The Lord is responsible for this, and it is amazing for us to see” (Psalm 118:23).
How can we be strong and courageous?
"Be strong and courageous ... for the Lord your God will be with you" (Joshua 1:9). How can we be strong and courageous? Do strength and courage come from within ourselves? We may like to think that we're strong and courageous - but we're not. Again and again, we're reminded of how weak we really …
Lord, You’re calling us to worship You with the dedication of our lives and not only the words of our lips.
Jeremiah 19:1-20:6 ‘Listen! I am going to bring on this city and the villages around it every disaster I pronounced against them, because they were stubborn and would not listen to My Word’ (Jeremiah 19:15). Lord, You're warning Your people. You're calling us back from the way of sin and disobedience. You're calling us to …
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I can’t cope!
I can't cope! These are desperate words. They're words that say, "There's no hope." How can hope break into our desperate situation? Hope comes to us when we learn to say something more than "I can't cope!" - when we learn to say, "I can't cope - without you, Lord." When a cry of despair becomes …