Spirit-filled living

“When the Spirit has his way with us.” Gal 5:17 TLB

Kết quả xổ số miền bắc hôm quaAlways remember that no matter how long you walk with God, your carnal nature never improves. It never becomes more like Jesus, even over time. That’s why we’re told to “crucify” it daily (See v. 24). Even the apostle Paul struggled with his lower nature: “We naturally love to do evil things…opposite from the things that the Holy Spirit tells us to do; and the good things we want to do when the Spirit has his way with us are just the opposite of our natural desires.


Don’t be afraid (2)

Kết quả xổ số miền bắc hôm qua“Oh, that [we] would give thanks to the Lord for his goodness.” Ps 107:8 NKJV When you’ve been through hard times, it can make you want to cut back on trusting God, and start playing it safe. When you’ve been through back-to-back storms, the security of the harbor starts looking good. Now it’s okay to rest and regroup, but don’t settle for safety and miss what God has planned for you.


Dont Be Afriad

“Why are you so fearful?” Mk 4:40 NKJV Notice how the disciples reacted to the storm on the Sea of Galilee, and see if you recognize any of the same traits in yourself: (1) Fear makes us doubt God’s care. The disciples asked Jesus, “Do You not care that we are perishing?” (v. 38 NKJV). They didn’t ask about His strength: “Can you still the storm?” Or His knowledge: “Are you aware of the storm?” Or His know-how:


The Cross: A Timeless Solution to any Problem

When the Apostle Paul went to the great and intellectual Grecian city of Corinth, he said, “I determined not to know anything among you except Jesus Christ and Him crucified” (1 Corinthians 2:2). When Paul described what his message was, he said, “We preach Christ crucified” (1 Corinthians 1:23).


Daring The Odds to reach out to the Unsaved

Paul gave certain directives to Timothy on how to remain true to Christ, to the Word, and to his calling as an evangelist. They include a stead­fast commitment to preach the truth, even in the face of severe op­po­sition from false teachers who deviated from the truth. He is reminded of the fact that he is accountable to the Lord Jesus, who will judge him on the way in which he conducted the affairs of his ministry:


A World in Dire Need of Jesus

Aaron was a child of five when he saw his first television commercial for a 900-number. The announcer informed Aaron that if he called that number, he could talk directly to Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, or Goofy. That sounded like fun, so Aaron called the number. Several times a day, every day, for several weeks. Aaron didn’t know that every call cost money.

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