We should not put our faith in money, possessions, skills, or other people but in God and His Son He sent down to save us. We need to ask for His help to overcome our earthly fears and the faith we put in the “seen.” This leads right back to the first verse I quoted, that what is “unseen” (God) is eternal and what is “seen” is only temporary, such as the things I listed above. Believing only in the “seen” leads to condemnation, and I think it is pretty evident the wonders that come from believing.
Jeremiah 1:5 before I formed you in the womb I
knew you and before you were born I
consecrated you; I appointed you a prophet to
the nations. “You are a person regardless of
what you have or you lack but you shouldn’t
feel any less about your being, you just have to
develop yourself ( don’t you know that God
created you in his own image , in the image of
God he created him; male and female he
created them, he created YOU!, Genesis 1:27)
and be someone who you would like to be,
think of this, you didn’t choose to be born or
to be born in an average family and that
something you cannot change but that doesn’t
determine your future, you can be whoever
you want to be regardless of your background,
haven’t I said it as it is written in the book of
Jeremiah 29:11 that God alone is the one who
know and has plans for your life?”.
Something’s don’t have to be changed, you
just have to live with them.
Get yourself a copy of my book on Amazon.com/UK/U.S.: author names phumudzo mudau, just search Our lives can sometimes feel like constant noise—voices from … But, in the midst of it all, there is one voice we need to hear the most—the voice of God.
Isaiah 43:18-19 addresses the principle of God asking his people to “forget the former things” before he can bring in the new. Isaiah, the prophet, is speaking for God when he says:
“Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the desert and streams in the wasteland.”
The context of Isaiah 43:18-19 is God’s message to the people of Israel regarding the coming of their Messiah, Jesus Christ. The spirit of God’s message can be applied to your life now just as it was to the people of Israel’s then. You don’t need people who have left You, you don’t need things you dont have to live your life to the fullest. All you need is to not dwell on the past and hold on to want the future holds for you, you’re delaying yourself by holding on things of the past whereas you can just forget and focus on the plans that the Lord has for you (Isaiah 29:10) plans to make you prosper and give you the future you hope for. Have a good New day. Stay focused may God be with you ‘ll.
1 John 4:4, NIV: “You, dear children, are from God and have overcome them, because the one who is in you is greater than the one who is in the world.”
After speaking about false teachers in verses 1 through 3, John offers reassurance. He refers to his readers as “little children,” using the same Greek phrasing he did in 1 John 2:12. He then offers three words of comfort concerning their lives. First, John encourages them, “you are from God.” In other words, John saw them as true believers in whom God lived.
Second, he adds that these believers have “overcome” these antichrists. John uses the concept of overcoming five other times in his letter. Believers have overcome the evil one (1 John 2:13, 14) and have overcome the world (1 John 5:4–5). Third, John reminds the reader that the power of Christ, who lives in the believer, is greater than the power of the world. The Holy Spirit living in the Christian is far stronger than any attack by the Devil. This encouragement should empower believers not to fear Satan, but rather trust the Lord and obey His commands. By doing so, we can overcome the powers of darkness and walk with boldness in this life. Live today in full assurance that victory is yours, for the mightier in you has already given power to defeat and overcome devil# happy Friday.
I’m not ashamed of sharing gospel. Several verses in Scripture tell us clearly that God expects us to spread His Word to everyone in the world. Mark 16:15 NKJV
“And He said to them, ‘Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.’” this passage, Jesus is talking to His disciples who had not believed Mary Magdalene when she proclaimed His resurrection. He instructs them to go forth, sharing the Word of God. I hope you had blessed day