But it is good for me to draw near to God: I have put my trust in the Lord GOD, that I may declare all thy works. – Psalms 73:28
As the hart panteth after the water brooks, so panteth my soul after thee, O God. – Psalms 42:1
Christ never was intended by God to secure men in their unrighteousness, but to save them from it. – William Gurnall
Unto thee lift I up mine eyes, O thou that dwellest in the heavens. Psalms 123:1
When you look forward to something good happening and that gives you joy because you have some expectation of obtaining it, you have hope. My dogs and cats have an expectation that I will feed them and boy does their hope give them joy! People have many kinds of hope, but in whom do you place your hope? When you take a journey, you hope to make it to your destination. You trust that your car and your ability to navigate and drive will get you there. When you face a difficult task, you have hope to complete it that gets better and better as you get closer to your goal. You are seeing that the expectations you have for yourself are coming to pass and your hope grows. What a wonderful feeling it is when that difficult task is done! In whom do you hope when life gets hard and things don’t go your way? What about eternity? What is your hope for life after death? In whom is your hope?Read More
My wife and I recently watched a two-part video series from Mark Cahill called “The Fisherman’s Club.” It is a message on witnessing and sharing your faith based on Matthew 4:19. And he saith unto them, Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men. – Matthew 4:19 (KJV) In it, Mark gives instruction, encouragement and exhortation to witness the truth to a lost world. The fields are “white already to harvest.” In other words there are so many people lost in their sins and Christians need to be faithful to have conversations with these people and share the gospel with them. Each one of us is to do their part. “One soweth, and another reapeth.” God will give the increase.Read More
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