Scripture says the word of God is living. This means that it has a life of its own. The Word of God is the most powerful thing in the universe. Jesus described the Word of God as a seed. Seed grows and bears fruit because it is alive.
As I was reading the passage of Scripture on Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego when they were thrown into the fiery furnace their faith amazed me. Surely our All-Knowing, Powerful God could have rescued them before they were thrown into the furnace. However, God chose to show up with them in the furnace. As I read, the Holy Spirit opened the scriptures up to me that really ministered to me.
In this uncertain world, strength and courage are vital to our Christian walk. Here are some verses that have strengthened and encouraged me and Christians. If you are going through a struggle or a trial right now, meditate on these verses for your personal strength and power. Let me remind you that no passage of scripture will help you if you don’t put them into action (James 1:22). Use these Scriptures or others that come to mind and write down a couple of prayer confessions to stand on and pray. Be sure to ask the Holy Spirit to help you.
The Word of God promises that our children will be delivered! It doesn't matter if they are young and at home or grown and on their own this is a promise from God.
Most people associate with praise and worship with music, however, there are several ways we can worship and praise God. Here are some ways that will truly help us develop a lifestyle of praise and worship.
On December 29th, the last Sunday of 2019, God gave me a word that we were about to enter into a decade of greater, double portion. Then in March COVID–19 showed up with no end in sight. Unfortunately, along with the COVID pandemic is an influx of doomsday prophets, saying that the coronavirus is a sign we’re at the end of days.