Unconditional Love


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Today will be peaceful with you by my side,

Another perfect day since you became my guide.

A constant peace which fills my heart each day,

Your unconditional forgiveness leads my way.

 

The passion you felt for me was shown by you,

Do you still feel the nails when I sin against you?

Your mercy is unconditional and I shall never deserve,

Abandoning myself to you for whom I will always serve.

 

With you by my side I cannot go wrong,

I am weak, but you are always strong.

I shall never deserve the gift that you gave to me,

On the night you saved my life and set me free.

 

Finding Comfort through God


Finding Comfort through God

Finding Comfort through God

Sometimes we may feel alone in our daily walk through life, but we should not feel this way with Jesus in our heart. Thankfully, God will send the Holy Spirit to comfort us, whenever we may need to be comforted due to life’s troubles or trials. Our Heavenly Father gives us the fellowship with those, who we meet at church and school. However, we must be able to spiritually discern whether someone will be a comfort to us or a bad influence on us.

The first memory verse is: 1 Thessalonians 4:18-“Wherefore comfort one another with these words.”

Whenever we are need of comfort or relief from something which is causing us to suffer or stress in our daily lives. Unfortunately, we tend to hang on to our doubt and misery, instead of seeking comfort through our fellowship with God. The pain we feel about the situation we are facing can cause us to question our Heavenly Father’s ability to console us. Through Jesus Christ, you have a direct line to God, which can help you find the comfort that you may need.

However, by reading the Holy Bible or God’s Word, we can find ways to strengthen our faith in God’s ability to help us in any situation. Throughout your daily walk with God, you will find encouragement and freedom from the pain you have been feeling for so long. Additionally, you can discuss your problems or troubles with someone you trust at church like your pastor. Thankfully, God gives us fellowship with other Christians through church, who may be able to help us locate a different perspective to the issue that we face.

The second memory verse is: 2 Thessalonians 2:17“Comfort your hearts, and stablish you in every good word and work.

Put our faith and trust in God, because doesn’t want us to feel alone or depressed about the trials that we will face each day. We will find consolation and contentment throughout our walk with his son Jesus Christ. Our Heavenly Father doesn’t want us to feel abandoned or suffer needlessly, because he loves and cherishes all of his children. We must demonstrate the faith we have in God and hand over our burdens to him each day.

Leaving our burdens with God can be difficult, because we always want to try and solve our problems and issues by ourselves. However, we must learn to trust God, in order to receive the comfort he has promised us throughout the Holy Bible. Sometimes, whenever we are facing a fierce storm in our lives, we must stand firm in your faith. Therefore, start allowing God to comfort you, whenever you feel overwhelmed by the trials you may be facing.

Fighting the Good Fight


fight the good faithIn the daily trials that you face, you begin learning more about yourself and your desires. You learn how much you can handle, without God at your side. Soon, you will learn how to let him take control of your entire life. He has given freewill to choose and dream, like everyone else in the world. However, he is waiting for you to choose him and give allow him know your innermost desires. By allowing him to guide you, he can deliver the things that you never dream of.

The first memory verse is Psalms 23:1 “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.” (KJV)

Your spiritual father knows exactly what you want, even when you aren’t sure yourself. However, you must believe that he is capable of fulfilling your needs. So, rely on your faith and he will give you all of your dreams and desires. But, he will provide them in his own time and in his own way, which means you must stay faithful to him. Just allow your faith to grow and become stronger, by leaning on him throughout the daily trials in your life.

No matter what you want, you will be able to achieve it with faith and belief in God’s promises. He is there holding you, throughout your life changing lessons. However, rely on him to pull you through, as he promised that he would if you just believe. He will never forsake you or leave, so let home take over and hold steadfast to your faith. Life is a struggle each day, as you try to manage work and personal responsibilities.

        The second memory verse is: 2 Timothy 4:7 “I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith.” (KJV) 

          Recite this verse everyday and believe it, because you are fighting the good fight. You must keep your faith, in order to finish your journey here on earth. Once you have finished, you will be given your reward by God himself. So, slow down and enjoy what your life has to offer and continue fighting for what you believe. Always remember to take time for your spiritual father and he will gently guide you through the obstacles in your life.

Only you can write the next page in your story called life, so began writing today for tomorrow maybe too late. As a Christian you will be forced into trials and tribulations, by those around you that don’t believe. However, the Lord will help you stand tall and face those people, who try to manipulate your life. Therefore, you will find yourself moving closer to your spiritual father, who is helping you finish the winding course.

Allow God to Handle Your Burdens


burdensAs someone who has a lot of stress in my life, I have learned that sometimes I get overwhelmed by the stresses in my everyday life. I am learning to have faith in Jesus Christ and allow him to carry my burdens for me. Learning to manage stress or worry is difficult for some people, but it doesn’t have to be according to the Bible. Jesus reminds us to leave our worries with him, instead letting it cause us more anxiety or stress.

The first memory verse is: 1 Peter 5: 7“Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you.” (KJV)

In this verse, we are instructed to give our cares or worries to Jesus Christ, while we revaluate our faith and learn to strengthen it. Our Heavenly Father promises that he will never give us more than we can handle. Therefore, begin standing firm in your own faith and learn how you can strengthen it by studying God’s word. Stop worrying about things you cannot change and start letting God carry your burdens or troubles.

Allow God to help you during every trial or tribulation you may face, by praying to him for guidance before you react to the situation. If you change the way you react to a problem, then you may see significant changes that will help you find God’s peace through the storm. Sometimes, we forget that God is in control and we tend to leave him out, whenever we face trials in our lives.

The second memory verse is: Hebrews 13: 5“Let your conversations be without covetousness; and be content with such things as ye have: for he hath said, I will never leave thee nor forsake thee. (KJV)

Always remember, God promised that he will never leave you or forsake you, so you can smile knowing that he is handling your burdens. There is nothing that is too complicated or too overwhelming for your Heavenly Father to handle. He is patiently waiting for you to stop stressing and finally give the burden over to him. Additionally, have faith in Jesus, because he will help you learn new ways to react to different stresses and heavy burdens in your life.

Strengthening your own faith can allow you to find a way out of the tribulation that is causing you stress and pain. Stop and pray, before reacting to the problem that has consumed your mind. This way, you will find clarity that only God can give you during the crisis you may be facing in your life. Furthermore, give your burdens to God and let him handle them, instead of taking them back to solve by yourself.