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June 2018 Archives

Recently, I wrote a blog on verses that can help get you through hard times. There are so many more that I wanted to include. The Bible is so full of encouragement, so why not rest upon some of these […]

No one in your life will ever do for you what Christ has. No one will love you as much as He. Because no one knows you as well as He does. Therefore, His love is what you long for. […]

Do you know people who arrogantly insist that if their good works outweigh their bad works, God is somehow obligated to accept them? That is the wrong idea, entirely. God has and never was obligated to accept any of us. […]

Have you noticed that you feel down and more upset than you used to? Are you wondering why that it? Are you letting your emotions control your life? Start taking control of your thinking. If you always talk and think […]

Who wouldn’t be amazed by God and the awesome things He can do for you and with you and through you? He gave Jesus to die on the cross for you because He loved you that much. He sacrificed His […]

There is often the question of “Why does God let bad things happen?”, or “Why do bad things happen to good people?” It may not always be the answer we want to hear but, Jesus lets bad times come upon […]

We don’t work FOR our salvation, we work OUT our salvation. (Philippians 2:12-13) Therefore, my dear friends, as you have always obeyed—not only in my presence but now much more in my absence—continue to work out your salvation with fear […]

Love Like God You have probably heard and seen the verse love your neighbor as yourself. Mathew 22:29 NIV. This verse basically means showing someone the same care, attention and, even the devotion that God Himself has shown you throughout […]

Do you really believe? How do you keep our faith at all time? The answer is, it takes work, every day. It takes discipline, time and practice. You have to make time for your faith every day. Whether it is […]

In life, it won’t matter who your friends were, what you looked like or what you wear, or how you treated people. In the end, the only thing that truly matters is if you have a relationship with God, and […]