Showing posts from November, 2023


 Jesus is so wonderful and He loves us so much.  He so loved us that He was willing to lay down His life for us, to be nailed to the cross for our transgressions and iniquities, to wear the crown of thorns so that we could have peace in our minds, and was beaten with many stripes for our healing.  What a Savior!  What mighty Love!  He rose from the grave on the third day.  He rose victorious over sin, sickness and the second-death.  The devil was defeated and we are set free from the law of sin and death.  What love!!  What mercy!!  What grace!!  What a mighty God!!


 The book of Hebrews says that without faith we cannot please God, so our “journey of life” must be walked by faith and not by sight.  Otherwise, we will not please God. So, how do we do that?  The first thing God told Abram (Abraham) was to leave his country and his kinfolks.  We do not know exactly why God told him to do that, but it is possible that God did not approve of their life style!  Hebrews says that by faith Abraham left the Ur of the Chaldees and went out not knowing where he was going.  We sometimes “go out not knowing where we are going”, but I don’t think we are very often sent by God like Abram was, nevertheless, we must also walk in faith from day to day, believing that God is able to guide our steps.