Thought for the day.

“Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the Lord’s will is” (Ephesians. 5:17).

God’s perfect will for each one is revealed in the Bible.
πŸ™Heavenly Father, help us to discern Your perfect will for us from Your word and help us to live a meaningful life.

Are we living a meaningful life?

Quote for the day: “Life is filled with meaning as soon as Jesus Chrst enters into it.” β€” Stephen Neill

Thought for the day.

“In the morning, O LORD, you hear my voice; in the morning I lay my requests before you and wait in expectation” (Psalm 5:3).

The Psalmist begins each day with God.
πŸ™Heavenly Father, give us grace to begin each day with You as we live in this wicked world which is under the power of the Evil One.

Do we begin each day with God?

Quote for the day: “A quiet morning with a loving God puts the events of the upcoming day into proper perspective.” β€” Janette Oke

Thought for the day.

“and who through the Spirit of holiness was declared with power to be the Son of God by his resurrection from the dead: Jesus Christ our Lord” (Romans 1:4).

Christ proved His deity by His resurrection.
πŸ™Heavenly Father, help us to remember that Jesus who is the true God became a true man to take away our sins as nothing else could do that job.

The greatest evidence for resurrection is the transformed disciples.

Quote for the day: “There is evidence for the deity of Jesus β€” good, strong, historical , cumulative evidence; evidence to which an honest person can subscribe without committing intellectual suicide.” β€” John Stott

Thought for the day.

“Nothing will be impossible for you” (Matthew 17:20b).

These are the words of Jesus our Lord.
πŸ™Heavenly Father, help us to take Your word at face value and see that nothing shall be impossible to a Praying child of God.

Believing what God said will come true though it looks impossible.

Quote for the day: “If the heart can conceive it, and the mind can believe it, God can achieve it.” β€” Charles Pollard

Thought for the day.

“and ‘love your neighbor as yourself'” (Matthew 19:19b).

This is a clear command of the Bible.
πŸ™Heavenly Father, thank You for revealing Your selfless love for us on the cruel Cross of Christ and making us Your children.

Are we truly living like His children?

Quote for the day: “Love is the sign of true discipleship.” β€” Solly Ozrovech

Thought for the day.

“To him who overcomes and does my will to the end, I will give authority over the nations” (Revelations 2:26).

God is looking for overcomers.
πŸ™Heavenly Father, help us to be overcomers so that we will be able to share the responsibilities with You in the life to come.

Are we overcomers or ordinary believers?

Quote for the day: “The prayer closet is the arena which produces the overcomer.” β€” Paul E. Billheimer

Thought for the day.

“The LORD is near to all who call on him, to all who call on him in truth” (Psalm 145:18).

God will not interfere in our lives unless we call upon Him.
πŸ™Heavenly Father, help us to experience Your presence with us always by being in a prayerful attitude.

Do we feel His presence always?

Quote for the day. “God still draws near to us in the ordinary, commonplace, everyday experiences and places… He comes in surprising ways.” β€” Henry Gariepy

Thought for the day.

“But your iniquities have separated you from your God; your sins have hidden his face from you, so that he will not hear” (Isaiah 59:2).

Moral and spiritual mistakes are called sin in the Bible.

πŸ™Heavenly Father, help us to remember that sin separates us from our holy God and from His best for our lives.πŸ™

Is there something in our lives preventing God’s best for us?

Quote for the day: “Sin has a diminishing factor to it. It always gives its best in the beginning. It never gets better after that … it only gets worse.” β€” Mark Aulson

Thought for the day.

“Come now, you rich, weep and howl for your miseries which are coming upon you” (James 5:1).

Riches of this world are temporary.
πŸ™Heavenly Father, help us to remember that riches of this world are temporary andΒ  that it can become a curse unless we use it for Your glory.

God uses riches and poverty as trials of our faith.

Quote for the day: “And your best days are never so good that you are beyond the need of God’s grace. |” β€” Jerry Bridges