We can make a spiritual Declaration of Independence against the power of sin in our lives by making a Declaration of Dependence on the Spirit of God.
Just as our personal preferences determine who we invite into our homes as houseguests, God is selective about whom He chooses to spend eternity with.
Today, we are celebrating the academic achievements of our scholar and thanking God for the blessing of making education so readily available to us.
Listen for the voice and word of God when our self-esteem is low. God is intentional in His interactions with us, and understands that “…a word spoken in due season, how good is it!”
Mothers are among the greatest blessings that God gave to humanity, and we should make it our duty to pause and show our appreciation to them regularly.
Moral dilemmas may cause us some discomfort, but God allows them because they reveal the true status of our character and integrity both to God and us.
Make sure that you are close enough, familiar enough and spiritually-compatible enough to connect with God.
Matthew 28:18-20 KJV One of the most powerful and profound miracles of the resurrection is how it allows us to experience the forgiveness of God. Sermon Challenge: Accept the miraculous gift of God’s saving forgiveness today.
Let our praise of God be a personal expression of gratitude.
Repentance is essential for preventing self-deception, because it helps us to see ourselves the way God sees us.