Category Archives: Caring
3 John 1:2 “Dear friend, I pray that you may enjoy good health and that all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well.” (NIV)
Do you want a healthy life? Then you need to Eat, and you need to Move.
#3. Care: We need to care for our bodies. Care for your skin. Did you know that soap is a miracle product? Just try it out. It is not about being wealthy or not being wealthy. Read the rest of this entry
John 5:6 “When Jesus saw him lying there and learned that he had been in this condition for a long time, he asked him, “Do you want to get well?” (NIV, emphasis added).
This is the same question God is putting before us today, “…Do you want to get well?” Would you be made whole? In your physical health, do you want to see metamorphosis for good? That is God’s question to you. It is one thing to like the idea of a healthy life, but it is another thing to actually want a healthy life. Read the rest of this entry
Galatians 3:26 “…we are all children of God through faith in Jesus Christ” (LB, emphasis added).
What have you been doubting that God can handle? Pause and think about it. What have you been doubting that God can handle in your life, marriage, career, family, children, business, finances, relationships, etc? Read the rest of this entry
James 1:17 “Every good and perfect gift is from… the Father… who does not change like shifting shadows.” (NIV, emphasis added).
What kind of Father is God? God is a caring and consistent Father. The truth is that inconsistent fathers produce insecure children. When you see insecure children, check, they often have inconsistent fathers. Remember the statistics we shared some days ago? Read the rest of this entry
Matthew 6:31-32 “…do not worry, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or… ‘What shall we wear?’ …For your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things.” (NKJV, emphasis added)
What kind of Father is God? God is a caring Father. He cares about what you wear. The Bible says, “…For your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things.” God cares. Someone walked up to his Pastor and said, ‘Pastor, I have a big problem in my spiritual life. The problem is that I do not love God enough.’ And his Pastor’s response was, ‘That is actually not your problem. Your problem is that you do not know how much God loves you.’ Read the rest of this entry
Psalms 25:8 “How good you are to me! When people turn to you, Yahweh, they discover how easy you are to please—so faithful and true! Joyfully you teach them the proper path, even when they go astray.” (TPT, emphasis added)
Yesterday we looked at four misconceptions about God. Some people think that God is unreasonable, unreliable, unconcerned, or He is just unpleasable. Like we shared yesterday, one key secret of life is that the only Person you can actually really please is God. You cannot please your dad. Many of us are worried because we want to always look up to dad and please dad. It is good because it is innate, and it points us to God. Read the rest of this entry