Daily Devotion-June 30 2015

Good Tuesday Morning!
The Bible says:
Your words were found, and I ate them, and Your word was to me the joy and rejoicing of my heart; for I am called by Your name O LORD GOD of hosts.
Jeremiah 15:16
No matter how long we have been Christians, we need to remember the importance of hungering for the Bible.Making this a priority every day.Never taking it for granted.Reading it.Studying it.
The Word will equip you to make right decisions.
The Word will give you discernment and understanding.
The Word will give you spiritual strength and equip you to face challenges.

Daily Devotion-June 29 2015

Good Monday Morning!
The Bible says:
If you abide in Me, and My words abide in you, you will ask what you desire, and it shall be done for you.
John 15:7
“Abide ” is from the Greek word meno, which means to”remain or dwell”.We’re to make our home in Jesus, planting ourselves in Him and allowing His words to take root in us.This sets up the condition both for faithful living and for answered prayer.
Jesus promises that when you practice abiding in Him, God will be glorified and you’ll “bear much fruit showing yourselves to be My disciples”.
John 15:8

Daily Devotion-June 28 2015

Good Sunday Morning!
The Bible says:
O taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed is the man that trusted in him.
Psalm 34:8
This command contains an invitation to experience Jesus Christ Living Presence. It also contains a promise.The more we experience Him the more we will be convinced of His goodness.
Spend time enjoying Christ and experiencing His goodness.
Today I celebrate 26 years of being a Shepherd of God’s people.Thank you God for all the people you have placed in my Care. Had it not been for the Lord on my side:
Where would I be?

Daily Devotion-June 27 2015

Good Saturday Morning!
The Bible says:
They have turned their back to Me, and not their face; but in the time of their trouble they will say, “Arise and save us”.
Jeremiah 2:27
Know that God is with you.He wants to guide you.To help you avoid mistakes and live a victorious life. To teach you through His Holy Spirit.To protect you from danger.
To receive these blessings, you need to listen to Him.
When you pray ; don’t talk at God, really listen to Him, Fellowship with Him.

Daily Devotion-June 26 2015

Good Friday Morning!
The Bible says:
“A good name is to be more desired than great wealth, favor is better than silver and gold”.
Proverbs 28:1
The world may encourage us to think about ourselves first, but the Bible says the opposite is true To seek first God’s Kingdom but also realize that “he who is generous will be blessed”.
In the world people look to tear others down to build themselves up.
But the Bible says that we should love purity and not be ruthless but forgiving. Seeking to encourage, not discourage.
Seek to please God knowing that this gives us boldness and the confidence to live by faith.

Daily Devotion-June 25 2015

Good Thursday Morning!
The Bible says:
“If the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed. “
John 8:36
You can remain a slave to sin..or to whatever else is holding you in its grip..or you can choose to believe the proclamation of God’s Word that you’ve been set free.
Christ died on the Cross not only to pay the penalty for your sins, but He also came to set you FREE!
YOUR liberty begins when you believe in your heat the truth of whatvGodvsays about you in His Word:
” You will know the TRUTH, and the truth will set you FREE”.
John 8:32

Daily Devotion-June 24 2015

Good Wednesday Morning!
The Bible says:
Lord, if it be thou, bid me come unto thee on the water.
And he said, come.And when Peter was come down out of the ship, he walked on the water, to go to Jesus.
Matthew 14:28-29
It does not matter what storm you are going through.
If you keep your eyes fixed on Jesus. …he will not let you down or drown.
Cry out to Him!
And immediately Jesus will stretch out his Hand to you.
Don’t doubt His presence. ..He is “with you”.

Daily Devotion-June 23 2015

Good Tuesday Morning!
The Bible says:
Do not worry about tomorrow…Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.
Matthew 6:34
Worry is a sin. It is caused by lack of faith, a failure to believe God’s Word. Yet it is a sin that many Christians find hard to overcome.
So why worry? Jesus said it is futile to fret, for worrying can’t change anything. Matthew 6:27
We need to remember that our heavenly Father knows all about our situations and watches over us. We can be sure that He will take care of our needs no matter what tomorrow brings. It’s better to be wise”Trust in the Lord”.
If you start to worry…………pray!!!

Daily Devotion-June 22 2015

Good Monday Morning!
The Bible says:
I will praise you as long as I live, lifting up my hands to you in prayer.
Psalm 63:4
The Bible is filled with examples of people who did great things later in life.
Moses was over eighty when he led Isreal out of bondage.
Abraham and Sarah became parents of Isaac when both were in advanced years.
God often uses unlikely people to achieve His purposes.
Gideon (the least of the tribe in( Manasseh) to deliver his people.
Raised up Amos (just a sheepherder) to be a prophet.
Called Jeremiah, who doubted God could use him.
When choosing disciples, Jesus called not scholars or religious leaders but fishermen.
The message is that God can use you.
Regardless of age, education or background.
He can give you ideas, wisdom, and favor.
All He asks is your faith and your faithfulness. Your willingness to believe and trust Him.

Daily Devotion-June 21 2015

Good Sunday Morning!
The Bible says:
It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in man.
Psalm 118:8
It is hard to have the true measure of other people.To know their hearts.To look behind their promises and understand their motives.
The Bible reminds us that all of us make mistakes. That the” heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked, who can know it?”.
Jeremiah 17:9
That we should trust in God
Psalm 56:11 not in “princes….in whom there is no help”.
Psalm 146:3
In your life, remember to focus on God.Others may disappoint or fail you. Bur you always can trust in Him.