God’s promises are yours forever. Nothing can ever take them away. So hold on to them tightly. Trust them with all your heart. They are the greatest treasure you will ever own.
Has someone been rattling your cage? Do they have you all bent out of shape? Stop listening to all their noise, noise, noise, noise! Let Jesus come and quiet your heart.
Death is not really the end of anything. It’s the beginning of everything! Jesus will take care of you all your life. And when it’s time to step out of this world, He will be there to make sure you get to your new home safely as well.
Is God’s love alive deep inside your heart? Then everything Jesus has is yours. You’re never too small or too young. You can come to Jesus all by yourself. God’s love is yours. When you ask, He will give you everything you need.
Would you like to see Jesus face-to-face? One day everyone will bow down before Him. And on that day, the people who made fun of you for trusting Him and believing His promises will find out what you have known all along: Jesus is the King of everyone and everything!
Jesus loves you. He knows what you need today. He knows what you will need tomorrow. You can relax and enjoy this good day. Your life is in good hands—your life is in God’s hands!
It can be a little scary to tell someone about Jesus and the way He will come into your heart. But remember, God’s Word will save everyone who believes. So don’t hold back. On the outside, people may think you’re crazy. But deep inside they are asking, “Why did I wait so long?”
Jesus’ name stands above every other name. Nothing has any power over Him. No man can tell Him where to go or what to do. Everything He has belongs to you as well. So talk to Him today. Let Him show you what love can do.
Are you soft and stretchy? Or are you dry and crusty? Jesus wants to pour something new and exciting into your life. Are you flexible enough to receive it? Or are you so set in your ways that God will have to give it all to someone else?
Change can be hard. Some folks like things the way they are. There’s nothing wrong with that, as long as God is there. But young or old, Jesus wants all of His children to be filled with the new life that only His Spirit can bring.