We should treat all people the way we want to be treated and love them with unbiased and genuine love! Isaiah 26 is a song of victory and praise. The Lord did and does defend His people. So we should trust in the Lord and live to please Him. Then He will make your nation great!
During our lifetime, we wait for many things. Hopefully, this snack will make you realize the importance of waiting for God’s guidance in life. Dear one, God knows what you can handle. So hold on; never give up. Wait for God, because your breakthrough is coming.
Are you guilty of accepting a different Jesus, spirit, or gospel (such as “the prosperity gospel”)? Read and study the Bible so you can know and worship in Spirit (the Holy Spirit) and truth! So remember, the Holy Spirit doesn’t cause people to fall! Falling only happened when someone saw God or an angel, or when a demonic force threw them down.
So learn to let your fear grow from terror to respect and awe for God. When you allow His perfect love to take away the terror of fear, you will then know that you have overcome fear through spiritual growth. So now you can love and worship Him with godly fear.
So if you are not a born-again believer, know that you must be born again. If you were reborn, make sure the Holy Spirit is leading your life. Most of all, remember to get right with God now, because tomorrow’s often too late!
Any nation’s true greatness lies not in its scientific, economic, or military might but rather in its proper relationship with God. Doing what is right is the key to make America great, as well as any nation. But sin, i.e., failure to obey God, results in shame and disgrace.
The Holy Spirit convicts us about sin and its root cause, unbelief, but our sinful nature also plays a role in our lives. So learn to be mindful of the Spirit’s warnings; they will help in our salvation.
Comparing what Jesus and the apostles did with what others are doing is always a good idea. What Did Jesus Do, or WDJD for short? When what others do doesn’t line up with what Jesus did, you’ll know something is off.
If you have more than you need and you keep it, then it is GREED. Always confirm that what the preacher says is in line with what the Bible says! So the truth about El Shaddai is it does NOT mean “more than enough.”
If Solomon was the wisest man who ever lived, that would make him wiser than Jesus. Then he is wiser than God. Of course, you must believe Jesus is God. So no, Solomon was/is NOT the wisest man who ever lived, but his wisdom was a gift from God.