Knowing what we know about the Lord’s unsearchable wisdom, knowledge and power, let us then do what Romans 12:1-2 says. That should be our response to Him and to His unfailing love for us.
The fact that we cannot figure God out means that we ought to trust Him fully if we decide to follow Him. He is the possessor of absolute power and wisdom, the source of all things. May we believe that He is able to watch over us. Romans 11:34-36.
May we settle it in our minds that Jehovah loves us more than anyone ever could. May we also accept, that He is more than enough, He is what we need. It sounds simplistic, but the sooner we accept that the better it will be for us. We will then […]
Head knowledge is good, but it is limited. May we desire personal experiences with God that go beyond head knowledge. May we be convinced of God’s majesty and may we be witnesses of the same. May we not give up and be misled like the Jews, rather may we be […]
Are you at that point where you feel more is being demanded of you from every angle, yet you feel devoid of energy to give more? The Jews had been regarded as God’s children and a lot must have been expected of them. They must have then developed their own […]
The battle of the mind is the greatest battle. The mind determines our outlook to life which then impacts our actions. May we not lose that battle. Romans 8:6.
We know that the Lord loves us dearly and I hope we will remember that. But let us also be aware that there are things he detests and let us try and avoid them. Proverbs 6:16-19.
The Lord loves all irrespective of their background. He ministered to Cornelius and the other Gentiles gathered in his home just as He did to the Jews. Peter just obeyed and the Lord worked through him. May we have faith that we are loved and that He has a plan […]
So determined was the Lord that He caused Peter to have a vision which would prepare him to accept to preach to Cornelius, a Gentile. He also caused Cornelius to have a vision that made him send for Peter. He orchestrated the meeting of the two men who were living […]
The Lord is relational and seeks to walk with us. The Almighty God desires a relationship with us. In Acts 10:1-7 the Lord reached out to Cornelius, a Roman Centurion, because He was pleased with him. Cornelius was generous and God-fearing, but he hadn’t accepted the Lord.