Tag: God’s Word

Witness Well

A prayer for strength to be Christ’s ambassadors

“We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us.”  (2 Cor. 5:20) A Christian believer is considered an ambassador. A government appointed ambassador are sent to communicate with foreign governments and called upon to… Read More

A Prayer to be a Bold Witness for Christ

Sharing God’s Word with others is a daunting task. Competing truths, busyness, and distractions add up to what seemingly is a disinterested public towards spiritual matters. When including our own fear and weaknesses, we must acknowledge our need to rely… Read More

Why God demands Christians to forgive

“And when you stand praying, if you hold anything against anyone, forgive him, so that your Father in heaven may forgive you your sins.” (Mark 11:25) Those who profess a faith in Christ ought to extend the fruit… Read More

Jesus’ instructions on how to move mountains with prayer

The object of our prayer is God and His power to heal. His plan, His will and His ways are always the best. That is where we place our faith in.

Finding true joy and making it complete

Joy is a fruit of the Spirit. It is something that we cannot generate on our own.  We seek and sometimes receive happiness, but find it so fleeting. In stark contrast, true joy touches our inner being. It’s both lasting and… Read More

Where in the Bible does it say Jesus was God in human form?

“I tell you the truth,” Jesus answered, “before Abraham was born, I am!” (John 8:58) Jesus is affirming that he was God in flesh. He is the great “I AM” – the Eternal One who revealed Himself to… Read More

Is your mind at rest one way to test your relationship with God?

“Where does your mind go when it’s at rest? That’s a good test of your relationship with God.”  (Paul Rank) My time of prayer and devotion in the morning must be purposeful or I will fall victim to a… Read More

How can suffering be considered a gift?

Imagine yourself sitting around the Christmas tree surrounded by family on Christmas day. Under the tree is a beautifully wrapped gift with your name on it. With great anticipation the present is hastily opened and inside the box is a sheet of paper with the words, “My grace is sufficient for you.”