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!
I invite you to celebrate Jesus’ resurrection, not only at Easter or on certain Sundays, but every day! Thank Him for everything He endured out of love for you so that you can have life in abundance.
Our prayers should be a place where we can feel 100% safe. He won’t judge us or condemn us for being honest, for being human. We all need a safe place to express ourselves. I hope that you’re finding this place in prayer.
As a new Christian, I had incredible faith in God. He had done so much in my life in just a few years: I had crazy faith, and my prayers were radical. I’ll never forget the day my faith was tested.
I’m asking God to help you in the next few days to discover the power of prayer. Once you experience it, you’ll never be powerless again. I hope this is an encouragement to you in this time of corona.
It’s comforting to know that when we need help, Jesus, our precious Savior, stands before the Father and pleads in our favor! He intercedes for us, praying with all His heart for our good, our growth, and our healing.
Imagine the number of prayers rising to God at this very moment. All of them will be heard, but some will be answered and some will not. Reflecting on this, I wondered why…so I prayed about it.
Do you know why we pray in the name of Jesus? Why we use His name when we pray? Why we can use His mighty name to tear down the strongholds of the enemy, including the coronavirus?
No matter what happens in the physical, economic, political, and all other realms, it’s a fact that Jesus is Lord of all. He is Lord over the evil one’s assault called “coronavirus” and the destruction it has intended to bring into our lives!
Will you ever be able to get rid of anger? Probably not, but you can learn how to control it. I’d also like you to try something a little different: Take the energy that comes from your anger and use it for good.