Monthly Archives: April 2021

Fear of Faith?

As you look forward, are you viewing the future with fear — or faith? As believers, we should move forward with confidence, based on the eternal truth of God's Word.

Take your cue from Joshua.

If Your Life is rough…God’s Strength will carry you!

Are you waiting for something to change in your life? Are you desperately in need of someone to fight for you for once? Are you ready to give up, and exhausted of what life has handed you lately? # I’ve

Would YOU Trust God More, If He Gave YOU A Map?

“Turn right in 500 feet.” “Recalculating.” “Your destination is on the right.” I use a GPS device as a map, especially when traveling to a new place. After I type in the address, the female voice starts navigating. Of course,

Wait on God As He works,He won’t Fail You!

I hate to wait. I hate to wait in line at the store. I hate to wait for road construction. Waiting is hard enough, but add to it uncertainty and the challenge can feel overwhelming. It is hard to wait

Don’t think You will make it?Turn to God!

Psalm 28:7  states that  The Lord is my strength and my shield;  My heart trusts in Him, and I am helped;  Therefore my heart leaps for joy,  And with my song I shall thank Him. Even though Psalm 28:7 is a

Change YOUR Nothings….Sow Seeds of Success!

Let it be known that the things we do today, prepare us for our tomorrow. In fact, our world is overflowing with information and choices that entrepreneurs around the world are unaware of their failing efforts to move their business

God Wants To Rebuild The Rubble Life Has Left You!

“O, storm-battered city, troubled and desolate, I will build you with precious jewels.” Isaiah 54:11 If you’ve been hit with a storm in your finances, relationships, marriage, or health God has some encouraging words for you. His words are not

Tired of Suffering?

A man came to his pastor and said, “Pastor, would you please pray that God will give me patience?” Two weeks later, he returned and said, “Good grief, Pastor! Terrible things are happening to me. My life’s coming unglued.” “Well,”

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