God anoints those He appoints and who are available and answer His call, both men and women, young and old.
Thinking on God’s Word and using God’s Word and His promises as a lens to view all of life’s circumstances through will bring peace. This is the renewing of our mind that brings peace, but you have to discipline yourself to put this kind of thinking into daily practice.
This historic day we should never forget, nor should the heroic actions of all these men and women ever be cancelled out.
Who are these mostly unknown heroes we need to remember? They include, but are not limited to, the Firefighters, First Responders, Police Officers, and evening the extraordinary fellow citizens who love people enough to risk and endanger their own lives to save others. These heroic ones never start fires that destroy and dessimate citizens and cities, but instead they are the extinguishers of the furious flames of devastation. You will never see these true heroes rioting, but instead these are the brave ones who risk their own lives by running into burning buildings to save others whom they do not even know.
In times of crisis, true heroes always arise. They are not born then, however, they have been heroes all along by just quietly serving behind the scenes.
Stay covered under our good good Father’s canopy of kindness and joy.
This parable of the persistent widow I relate to and not just from 2017. Today, on day 18 of 21 days of prayer and fasting at our church, it was…
We need the joy of The Lord to be our strength to help us overcome for such a time as this.
The Church is called as a voice to cities and nations, and as a repairer and restorer of the broken and desolate for all to see.
God may speak to us in a still, small voice, but then call us to declare boldly what His Word decrees. Do you believe God is calling for an awakening of His roaring lion – The Church – in worship, and speaking the Truth in love, boldness and humility?
This is a time to awaken, arise and speak what the Holy Spirit says to release.
Joy doesn’t just fall on us. It is like a seed planted within us. The seed of joy must be watered and cultivated in order for this fountain of joy to overflow.