Let hope abound in your daily life. The pages of the bible are filled with hope. That is because Jesus Christ is the author of hope and He is our great hope. Without Jesus there is no hope. And hope without Jesus is no hope at all. Below are just some of the inspiring verses found in the bible concerning hope, reminding us that God loves us so much He gave us hope. Let Hope Abound in Our Hearts “And thou shalt be secure, because there is hope; yea, thou shalt dig......
The perfect gift for your loved ones and friends shows how much you care for them. Christmas is a time for gladness and good cheer so make the best of the season. As the holidays approach, start thinking of what you can give them that is truly meaningful. The Perfect Gift For Christmas How about a gift that can last forever, one that will never fade, rust, break, or crumble. A gift so special, so unique that it gives hope, peace, joy, comfort, and assurance. Imagine the smile on someone’s face receiving......
We have 5 gifts to be grateful for as Christians that are sometimes set aside during the hubbub of the Christmas season. We’ve been born again, yet sometimes we need reminding of some of the special gifts God has given to us. Especially throughout the holidays, in the midst of good cheer and gladness, let us be mindful of these gifts which are core to our faith. And remember to share these with others: God’s Gift of Grace It is God’s gift of grace by which He extends His goodness and mercy......
Patience in prayer is not always the case when we have anxious hearts. It happens to every believer at some point in our lives. At times, we pray and just can’t wait for God’s answer. We worry, are restless, and can be consumed with our circumstance. Four Tips to Having Patience in Prayer Decide who knows better to handle the circumstance, you or God.If you, then there’s a bigger problem than your circumstance. Place your trust in God for all things in your life and over any anxious impulse you may have......
So much pain in the world and human suffering are not of God, but rather, direct results of sin that entered our world in the Garden of Eden so long ago. Ours is a loving God and He does not want us to endure pain and suffering alone. Pain and suffering can cause us to grow closer to God and many have turned to God under these circumstances. As believers, we seek His comfort, His help, and our pain is eased knowing that He is with us and in control. Much Pain......