It is not the number of books you have read that makes you wise but how much of God you know. A wise man seeks GOD
Saturday, 23 January 2016
Monday, 11 January 2016
When we think of the things that we need to do and we look at the natural self to achieve them, worry sets in because human strength cannot achieve Divine callings. Only divine strength can complete divine assignments, any man that tries to fulfill divine calling by human strength is on the path of failure.
God wants us to trust him daily and in every instruction he gives us to do that which he wants us to do. Worry means you are not cooperating with God on the assignment.
Whenever worries seems to surface in your life, check if your focus is still on Jesus and your trust in him has not the shaken.
In the book of Matthew 14:29-31 , Peter started walking on water because he obeyed Jesus instructions to come when he asked if he could. As long as his gaze was on Jesus he was walking on water but as soon as he shifted his focus to the fact that he was on the sea and the waves churning beneath his feet , he started sinking until he cried Master, save me. God does not want us to sink in the ocean of worries or be taken over by fear, he wants us to remain focus on him, casting all our cares on him for he cares for us
Yet amid all these we are more than conquerors and gain a surpassing victory through him who loved us.
We are more than conquerors in him no matter the battle we might be facing, our victory is a done deal.
Go on and live in the reality of this word, no longer tormented by worries or cares but living in the victory that Jesus has purchased for you and completing the assignments he has given you