Reflection …

Real faith is not moved by what it sees, not by how it feels, not by what it looks like, but it is ONLY moved by the Word of God breathed by His Spirit.

“So all of us who have had that veil removed can see and reflect the glory of the Lord. And the Lord—who is the Spirit—makes us more and more like Him as we are changed into His glorious image.” (2 Corinthians 3:18 NLT)

Continue reading “Reflection …”

He Is Willing!

The Word is the will of God.  The Word is the wisdom of God.  The Word is full of the thoughts of God.  The Word is His way.  It is His book of instructions and corrections.  It is the manual of life. If we desire to live a life of victory, it can never be attained apart from the Word of God.  We are to give His Word the ultimate authority in our lives.

“Stop imitating the ideals and opinions of the culture around you, but be inwardly transformed by the Holy Spirit through a total reformation of how you think. This will empower you to discern God’s will as you live a beautiful life, satisfying and perfect in His eyes.”  (Romans 12:2 TPT)

Continue reading “He Is Willing!”

Once Blessed, Always Blessed!

Have you ever experienced being asked a number of times why God allows not so good things to happen?  Hmmmm …. I have.   Initially, it catches me by surprise, but when I start to look into it again and again, it actually takes me into a deeper thought with more treasures of revelations unveiled.  Indeed, a king’s glory is shown in his ability to explore the facts of the matter of what has been asked for or said.

“God conceals the revelation of His word
in the hiding place of His glory.
But the honor of kings is revealed
by how they thoroughly search out
the deeper meaning of all that God says.”  (Proverbs 25:2 TPT)

Continue reading “Once Blessed, Always Blessed!”

What Love Is This?

What kind of love the Lord our God has for you and me that it pleased Him to bruise His only Beloved and Begotten Son, Jesus Christ, so that we may be bought back to once again be His own, that we may have the confidence to draw near to Him by the power of the Blood of the Lamb of God that made a way for us to personally know Him?

“For this is how much God loved the world—He gave His one and only, unique Son as a gift.  So now EVERYONE who believes in Him will never perish but experience everlasting life.”  (John 3:16 TPT)

Continue reading “What Love Is This?”

Healing In His Word

The challenges that we face as believers are meant to propel us forward and advance.  They put pressure in us that allow us to think outside the box, knowing that our God is exceedingly beyond the capacity of what human intellect can grasp.

My intentions are not always yours,
        and I do not go about things as you do.
My thoughts and My ways are above and beyond you,
        just as heaven is far from your reach here on earth.  (Isaiah 55:8-9 The Voice)

Continue reading “Healing In His Word”

Abiding In The Vine

Before I came to experientially know our Lord Jesus Christ, I never really thought I seriously needed a Savior.  Yes, I knew there was God Whom I prayed to in church every Sunday and called upon Him every time I get entangled with challenges in which He faithfully answered me, but until I had a personal encounter with Him, only then I somehow understood how life is to be lived when we are in union with Jesus.  It is a life full of love, joy, hope and peace, in spite of what is going on around me.

“The thief comes only in order to steal and kill and destroy. I CAME that they may HAVE and ENJOY LIFE, and have it IN ABUNDANCE (to the full, till it overflows).” (John 10:10 AMPC)

Continue reading “Abiding In The Vine”

The New Normal

You may be wondering by now what it means to live the “NEW NORMAL” life after this global pandemic.  Hmmmm …

Yes, we all have our own opinions, ideas and insights about this in which we are all entitled to and be respected well.   I, too, have been thinking about this and realized what would be the  “New Normal” for me.

“And He gave them this illustration: “No one rips up a new garment to make patches for an old, worn-out one. If you tear up the new to make a patch for the old, it will not match the old garment. And who pours new wine into an old wineskin? If someone did, the old wineskin would burst and the new wine would be lost. New wine must always be poured into new wineskins. Yet you say, ‘The old ways are better,’ and you refuse to even taste the new that I bring.” (Luke 5:36-39 TPT)

Continue reading “The New Normal”

God So Loves You ♥️

“For this is how much God loved the world—He gave His one and only, unique Son as a gift.  So now everyone who believes in Him will never perish but experience everlasting life.”  (John 3:16 TPT)

I believe this is the most memorized verse in the Bible, yet I wonder how many of us really came to put on the brakes, to pause, to think, to meditate, to regurgitate, to digest, to confess and to declare until it becomes a part of us.

Continue reading “God So Loves You ♥️”