Dr. David Jeremiah Quotes Page 3
When we feel that old spirit of complaining start to bubble up in our hearts, we need to remind ourselves to take time to thank God for His blessings.
If we don't take inventory every once in a while and give thanks to God for the great things He has done for us, we get totally out of perspective.
On the third day after Jesus' own death, He came out of the grave to give the world a sign it cannot deny. For a man to predict His own death and resurrection was something only God could do.
But evil has been around since the Garden of Eden, and God's plan for victory was designed before the world began. The Bible tells us to fear no evil.
If you're anxious about the state of the world, that's understandable. But trade your anxiety for the blessing of hearing the words of Scripture, keeping them in faith and obedience, and remembering the time is near.
If you need counsel, start with the One who is both Counselor and King - the One who is the source of both wisdom and power.
God cares about you and your needs. Bring them to Him in a spirit of worship and thanksgiving, knowing that He is mindful of your place in His creation.
Though it may seem overdue, righteousness is always rewarded. Don't be impatient with God. He'll never forget to reward your efforts for Him.
God has given us the gift of faith that we can take what's unseen and make it part of who we are.
Scripture suggests that meditating on the Word of God can have an always-on effect of peace and strength in difficult times.
When culture changes around us, God's standard of living does not. Even when we're engulfed by evil, the eyes of the Lord range to and fro throughout all the earth to strengthen those whose hearts are fully committed to Him.
There's only one thing to do with God's offer of the gift of salvation: Say "thank you" and embrace it.
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