If you think your boss is hard to get along with, imagine working for David’s boss, King Saul. The more David tried to help him, the more Saul tried to kill him. So what did David do?
Jesus is the Righteous Judge. When you come into future judgment, He will not punish you for your sins, because He died for your sins. Your sins were judged on the cross
Daniel’s friends probably told him, ‘Nobody will know.’ But his thinking was: ‘God will know, and so will I. I don’t have to live with you, but I’ve got to live with me.’
When you’re facing life’s battles, prayer should be your first resort, not your last! And sometimes when the problem doesn’t yield to prayer alone, God leads you to add a second element: fasting. Ever tried it?
Notice that the benefits of serving God include happiness, children you can be proud of, success, influence, and honor. Note in particular the words: ‘He does not fear bad news…
Reinvigorate your vision; open up your soul to see more things from God. He is Dew to reignite those who are about to give up the battle; let Him re-equip you for spiritual warfare.
Often our eyes are on everything and everyone—except God—the One who can solve our problems. Your circumstances are like a mattress: if you’re on top you can rest easy, but if you’re underneath you can suffocate.
We see a big problem, panic, and become fearful about what’s going to happen to us. And in truth, fear isn’t all bad unless we deal with it in the wrong way.
There are some people in life we get along with well, and others we don’t. And in some cases, we’re not supposed to! Now let’s be clear: we’re not talking about being unloving, insensitive, or divisive. Paul says, ‘Do all… you can to live in peace with everyone.’