Choosing Faith over FearSoldiers for ChristMore Like This
Choosing Faith over Fear
These days, there are plenty of reasons to fear. Our world seems to be in a continuous state of war and crisis. The jobs market is dismal, natural disasters wreak havoc, and stories of crime dominate the headlines. As Christians, we know that fear should have no place in our lives, but how can we ignore what's going on around us?
Basically, there are two paths you can walk: faith or fear. It's impossible to simultaneously trust God and not trust God. Another way of saying this is that you cannot both obey and d
Godly Relationships 75: Share Your FaithGenuine faith was never meant to be locked up in the heart of a believer-to the contrary, it is meant to be shared with the world. But, if you sincerely wish to share your faith, you must first find it.More Like This
How can you find and strengthen your faith? Through praise, through worship, through fellowship, through Bible study, and through prayer. When you do these things, your faith will become stronger, and you will find ways to share your belief with your family, with your friends, with your dates, and with the world. And when you do, everybody wins.
my LordU r my wind That blocks the shadowMore Like This
u r my strenth that hids my weakness
u all the good and none of the bad
u r the one and only
ur Christ truly
u r my father and my friend
u r light covers the darkness in my eyes
ur kindness heals my broken heart that i hide
u r my smile and my sweetness
u r the bread that we eat
u r the holy wine and water
for that we think
that u r the one the only
u r our savior truly
u r our redemer and our breath
not only that u r our father and r friend
u follow us to the end
Poke.Have you ever have that feeling from God?More Like This
That feeling where He is poking at you with a stick.
And all you hear is:
Have you ever heard of, "Poke the Dead Guy with a stick!!!"?
He's poking at you with a stick because you are dead.
In your faith.
And your Holy Fire has burnt out.
You have 2 choices.
Ignore Him until He goes away.
Break the stick and show Him you are Alive.
Over Self-Confidence Lead Me to Disappointment :(Today, we had our National Philippine Language Day and sadly to say, I realized something I want to share to someone hasn't.More Like This
"Don't ever assume of something has to come.."
This month seems to be the most busy and full of trials month, for me.
On the first week of this month, we had a poster making contest in school. Me, being so confident that my art skills improved and can let me win the top place, blinded me. Maybe at that time, all I could think of while doing the art is "I have to finish this on time, then I'll win" but I forgot the most important thing we must always remember in creating something, the "I hope anyone who would see this can understand what I wanted to say to them.." thought together with the, "DO IT ALL WITH YOUR HEART" attitude. I've been so greedy and careless at the same time. I made a destruction instead of CREATION. And now, left me full of frustrations and realization that I'M NOT GOOD ENOUGH. I can't be so HIGH as I wanted to be... That's my reflection. Mayb
Am I doing this right?The enemy will always try to turn your attention away from Jesus and bring your attention back to yourself. Am "I" acting righteously here? Am "I" putting others first, or just trying to benefit myself? Is "my" motivation for doing this right? Am "I" acting good enough to represent my God to others? And while you are trying to be anti-selfish, by worrying about whether "YOUR" motivation is righteous enough or not, you are actually being self-centered. Trying to make yourself appear super-righteous in front of others is just self-righteousness.More Like This
Don't worry about trying to "act" righteous enough in front of others. You know that Jesus is good and righteous and His Word is true. God says you are counted as righteous no matter what you do, not because of your own righteous acts, but because you've trusted in His righteousness (Ephesians 2:8). Before you knew Jesus, your attempt to be righteous on your own was futile. But now that you are a "new creation" (2 Corinthians 5:17), the good thin