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Every believer needs encouragement at some point in their lives. Even some patriarchs of faith who walked closely with God were not immune. The word of God offers us exactly what we need at all times. It brings freedom and it’s the one light you have in a dark time as you wait for daybreak. Whether this is a crisis situation you are currently facing or as you wait on the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.  Our God is a redemptive God. It comforts us in our times of grief, strengthens us when we are weak,  lifts us up when we are downcast, pushes us forward when we are about to give up. Whatever the circumstance, God offers us encouragement for the day.

How to always know what is on God's mind

How to always know what is on God’s mind for you

‘But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, Neither have entered into the heart of man, The things which God hath prepared for them that love him. But God hath revealed them unto us by his Spirit: for the Spirit searcheth all things, yea, the deep things of God. ‘ 1 Corinthians 2:9-10 KJV

Understanding God`s mind is not based on a hunch or feelings. It goes deeper than that. As believers, we have the advantage of knowing God’s mind which makes us less prone to guessing whether or not what we are about to do is in line with His will for our lives.

Finding comfort after losing a loved one

‘ Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning.’ Psalm 30:5 AMPC

How do you find comfort after losing a loved one? The unseeingly answer is found in David’s story when he lost his son or when Job lost everything He had, and when Paul and Silas were behind bars.

Are you always missing out on God’s best?

‘Only, let each one live the life which the Lord has assigned him, and to which God has called him [for each person is unique and is accountable for his choices and conduct, let him walk in this way]. This is the rule I make in all the churches. ‘ 1 Corinthians 7:17 AMP

Understanding the Father’s heart

In one of the villages, Jesus met a man with an advanced case of leprosy. When the man saw Jesus, he bowed with his face to the ground, begging to be healed. “Lord,” he said, “if you are willing, you can heal me and make me clean.” Jesus reached out and touched him. “I am willing,” he said. “Be healed!” And instantly the leprosy disappeared. Luke 5:12‭-‬13 NLT

Stepping out in faith when God’s word is unusual

When he had finished speaking, he said to Simon, “Now go out where it is deeper, and let down your nets to catch some fish.” “Master,” Simon replied, “we worked hard all last night and didn’t catch a thing. But if you say so, I’ll let the nets down again.” Luke 5:4‭-‬5 NLT

Jesus Christ is the glorious reflection of your purpose on earth

We look at this Son and see the God who cannot be seen. We look at this Son and see God’s original purpose in everything created. For everything, absolutely everything, above and below, visible and invisible, rank after rank after rank of angels—everything got started in him and finds its purpose in him. He was there before any of it came into existence and holds it all together right up to this moment. And when it comes to the church, he organizes and holds it together, like a head does a body. He was supreme in the beginning and—leading the resurrection parade—he is supreme in the end. From beginning to end he’s there, towering far above everything, everyone. So spacious is he, so roomy, that everything of God finds its proper place in him without crowding. Not only that but all the broken and dislocated pieces of the universe—people and things, animals and atoms—get properly fixed and fit together in vibrant harmonies, all because of his death, his blood that poured down from the cross.
Colossians 1:18‭-‬20 MSG