Month: September 2016

Daily Reflection September 27, 2016

Matthew 3:1-2 While Jesus was living in the Galilean hills, John, called “the Baptizer,” was preaching in the desert country of Judea. His message was simple and austere, like his desert surroundings: “Change your life. God’s kingdom is here.” The doctrine that John preached was changed life through […]

Daily Reflection September , 2016

Proverbs 12:18 Thoughtless words cut like a sword. But the tongue of wise people brings healing. What we say reveals what is in our hearts. Wholehearted obedience to God requires preparation. Repairing relationships requires preparation. Unless our hearts are ready for the task of meeting and sharing with […]

Daily Reflection September 20, 2016

Don’t hold back: Proverbs 3:27 Don’t hold back good from those who are worthy of it. Don’t hold it back when you can help. God’s ability to do good is not limited by our understanding. When we have to do things we don’t want to do or don’t […]

Daily Reflection September 18, 2016

The right motives Psalms 90:17 Lord, make what we do succeed. Please make what we do succeed. God wants what is best for us. If we follow His le ading and guidance we can expect success in the process of recovery. Success by God’s standards is not the […]

Daily Reflection September 17, 2016

Live your beliefs Psalm s 51:14 Take away my guilt. Then my tongue will sing about how right you are no matter what you do. Guilt comes from giving in to our temptations. To eliminate guilt in our lives we need to eliminate the cause of our guilt. […]

Daily Reflection September , 2016

Chosen by God 1 Thessalonians 1:4 Brothers and sisters, you are loved by God. We know that he has chosen you. It is good to remember that good choices have positive long-term results. When we remember that in the context of God choosing us it makes the process […]