Waiting to receive encouragement is unproductive. We may be alone in turmoil when we need that boost of motivation. Therefore, we must encourage ourselves in the Lord (1 Samuel 30:6). Recollecting the victories and good things God has done is fruitful thinking. It will bring the hope and encouragement we need to progress.
God gave Noah boldness to built the Ark (Genesis 7:5) when the world was greatly corrupted and wicked. The Lord will also give us the courage we need to follow his guidance and instructions.
The wicked cannot escape the Lord for He knows what they are doing (Psalm 37:13), and the Lord shall judge with fairness.
Abraham believed in God, and it was credited to him as righteousness. In the same way, righteousness is reckoned unto the believer (Genesis 15:6).
Have you ever wondered why we experience temptation? One way in which we may encounter temptation is when provoked by our desires or lusts (James 1:14). There are many scenarios in which temptation presents itself; it can promise to bring contentment which is often short-lived and draws an individual onto the wrong path. The good […]
We serve an awesome God who deserves our praise and worship (Revelation 4:11). Through worship, we focus our attention on the Lord, acknowledging His goodness (Psalm 29:2). As we revere God, He will show us that He is greater than any personal hardship. Sing to him; sing praises to him; tell of all his wondrous […]