The Bible is full of miracles that speak of a living God. He is the God that makes the impossible, possible! He makes all things work together for good. He wants to bless you! ‘A Miracle Every Day’ will help you develop your faith and experience the presence and power of God!
Have you ever enjoyed the “fail” videos on YouTube? They are hilarious and painful to watch. While I watch them, I cringe and laugh with great abandon. But to tell you the truth, I feel badly for those poor souls.
The Bible makes this debate very clear: “Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the Lord our God.” (Psalms 20:7, NIV) Some trust in people; others trust in wealth or their beauty.
I grew up with a very strict dad. To tell you the truth, I was terrified of him. I wanted his approval but felt like I could never get it. Unfortunately, I transferred those same feelings to my heavenly Father. My God concept was distorted.
Is it possible to have too much money? Are rich people doomed to trust in wealth instead of the living God? I believe everyone is given the privilege of trusting in the living God. Our God is not dead. He’s alive.
Faith and trust go hand in hand. The Bible says, “Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.” (Hebrews 11:1, NIV) Do you believe that God is trustworthy, caring, and compassionate?
Do you surrender your challenges to God only to take them back when things get tough? The Bible says, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding;” (Proverbs 3:5, NIV).
I want to encourage you to evaluate your relationship with God. Do you trust Him? Or have you removed your trust and faith in Him because He didn’t seem to answer your prayers? Could it be that you misjudged God?
If you knew the future, you could make better decisions, investments, and choices in relationships. The Bible says Peter made a truckload of mistakes, but his knowledge of prophecy helped him rebound.
I vividly remember my first ministry trip to a prison. A leader warned me about a mass murderer I would meet. I was told he was a hitman for the mob. I have to admit I was nervous.