https://pixabay.com/en/users/12019-12019/ Think: "God is as good as He was when things were easy and He is as good as He is now when things are extremely difficult." God is good. He is supremely good. He is consistently good. He is as good as He was when things were easy and He is as good now when things are extremely difficult. The intensity of His goodness only changes as how I deem it to be. But, regardless of how good I feel He is, He is and He exhibits the exact same goodness as He was and has done in the past, today, and in the future. Think: "We lose sight of His goodness when we make it our pursuit to live our lives for here and now instead of for eternity." There are endless ways we can perceive the intensity of His goodness. At times we lose sight of how much He loves us and of how much He will never fail to be good in our lives. We lose sight when we dwell on the brokenness, when we set our hearts on this world, when we make it
https://pixabay.com/en/users/Engin_Akyurt-3656355/ Some quotes from a Sunday Worship Message: • God is not just in your present. He's waiting for you in your future.-Bobbie Houston • Don't hate your weakness. God will meet you there. • There is always more of Jesus to know. • Offer yourself as a possibility and let God do His work. • I have to be faithful with what He's put in my hand now. • You've got all you need to do all you need to do today. • You're never doing life alone.
https://pixabay.com/en/users/Zaimful-2736382/ Scriptures describe the nature and work of the Holy Spirit in so many ways. God's Word has Him present on its beginning pages. Gen 1:2 places Him at the beginning of time, when creation wasn't. He hovered over the face of the deep, dark, unending stretch of waters. We also see Him momentarily visible as he confirmed His oneness with the Lord Jesus Christ. He dawned on Christ at the launch of His public presence and ministry The Bible shows us where and how we may stumble upon Him. He is not perceived only in visible, supernatural, sometimes literal ways society expects for Him to display Himself. His manifestations are mostly unseen. The Christian knows that the gut feelings and premonitions that warn him against danger or wrong turns in life are part of the ministry of the Holy Spirit in His life. He is more than a simple voice of reason, more than timely instincts, more than a "sixth sense". He is an Agent of
https://pixabay.com/en/users/toothpainremedies-4504102/ You've just had one, two, or more teeth pulled out. Pain may be felt for some hours to some days. If one isn't careful, swelling may occur or persist. Bleeding may also occur and infection or pus may contract, Here are 10 things to do after tooth extraction to avoid complications and foster better healing. 1. Drink lots of water. Up your water consumption after the procedure. This helps your body flush out medications, especially anesthetics injected into your body. The earlier you expel the anesthesia, the lesser the chances are for experiencing headache and other after-effects of anesthesia like nausea and sore throat. 2. Drink iced water and soft-serve vanilla iced cream, smoothies. This brings down swelling and allows for a faster closing of the wound. Make sure to have it low-sugar or sugar-free. 3. Avoid spicy and hot foods. Hot spices and hot liquids will deter wound healing. The hot temp
https://pixabay.com/en/users/Pexels-2286921/ Proverbs 1:19 says: "Such is the fate of all who are greedy for money, it robs them of life." It's a sad thing to be robbed of life. We only have one life and that will soon be past. If one does not make the most of his time, life will pass by without ever visiting him. It's not God's design for man to live for things and to live preoccupied with so many things. The Sabbath was instituted as a mandate to man to make sure he intentionally sets time aside to step back, appreciate all that is being accomplished in and by his life, and to commune with God in an unhurried pose. Rest is essential, Stillness is required. In resting, we gather up our thoughts, we recover strength, we regroup; resultantly, we renew ourselves, we refocus ourselves. In rest, we find satisfaction in successes and acceptance in failures. In rest, we gain insight into our state and discern how we can better achieve our purposes and g