This is an amazing thought: a God who is indescribable.
Your life may be messed and your foolishness may have put you into captivity but Jesus can do the whatever it is that is immeasurably more in your life.
Don’t dwell on your insufficiency, but dwell on God’s all-sufficiency.
Don’t overcomplicate God’s will. Just stay connected to Jesus. Love Him. Look into His eyes. He will lead. Follow. Repeat.
Sin doesn’t make you bad, it makes you dead.
Life is chaotic. It’s messy. That’s what Jesus was stepping into.
When you strip all of this down it’s just about a God in Heaven who loves you very much. And created in you a heart for Him, Your heart was fashioned by Jesus and for Jesus.
It doesn’t really matter how rich you are, we’re all just renting here on earth! It all belongs to the Lord.
My life is not about the set list, it is to be set apart.
When the enemy comes with shame and blame, tell him to go measure the distance from east to west and get back to you.
God didn’t say, ‘Be still and feel that I am God,’ He said, ‘Be still and know’.
The Word of God spoke into the dry bones. His breath filled them, put tendons (repair), and put skin on…Then you will know I am God…When Jesus comes that will happen.
Advent allows us to recover during this four-week journey. It begins four Sundays before Christmas all the way up to Christmas. It lets us breath in those moments of faithfulness and helps us recognize that God is working.
The Gospel is not about going from bad to good, it’s about going from dead to alive!
We are responsible for our captivity to sin. In our foolishness, we forget God. However, God intervenes!
Passion is the degree of difficulty we are willing to endure to accomplish the goal.
When we are foolish God intervenes.
You don’t have to know everything about the mountain in front of you to take the next step.
If you’ve been served by God, you’ve arrived.
God is coming to intersect us in our funeral processions.
Sin has a way of shrinking God down and puffing ourselves up.
It’s a big world. Don’t get trapped by tiny dreams and feeble problems. Time for big prayers and bold faith.
Nothing steals God’s glory more than worrying believers who are driven through life by fear.
Christ didn’t die just so you could make to heaven; He lives so you can make it through earth!
Limit your thinking and expectation today to only the things God can do.
Accept the fact that you’re never gonna be someone else and embrace the fact that the world needs you as God made you to be.
God always gets the glory when Jesus comes.