Tag Archives: Trusting God

Worry, Wealth, and Trusting God

The flip side of worry is not peace or contentment. It is seeking God and investing in his kingdom. Instead of trusting God, we often trust wealth and possession. Do not worry about your life. God has our lives in … Continue reading

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We Need God Today

I need God today. I am not in control of most (all) of what is happening in my situation. Yet, I know that impossible things become a possibility when the God of creation and redemption moves. I will surrender the … Continue reading

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The Storm Isn’t The Issue

Are you facing storms of life? Everything you face is under the authority of Jesus already. Which means that the storm isn’t the issue. He has proved himself over and over and over. This is about your faith and how … Continue reading

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Choked: The Deceitfulness of Wealth

Money can’t buy happiness, but… it can buy you a jet ski. Have you ever seen anyone sad on a jet ski? Do you use it or does money use you? Many of us prefer the false security of wealth … Continue reading

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Choked: The Worries of Life

Worry shows little faith, while God has proven to us that we can have great faith in him. When we worry, we push faith to the outside of our lives. Today we see the challenge of God to cast your … Continue reading

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Call to God

Call to God. Instead of the world. Instead of your go-to. Instead of worldly wisdom. Instead of searching online. Call to God.  He is the Maker of the world and loves us more than anything. What is unsearchable for us … Continue reading

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Shoot the Messenger

Sometimes when we don’t like what we hear we persecute those who speak unwelcome words. The condition of our hearts in the now dictates whether we are receiving God or pushing him away, our actions ebbing and flowing from self-centredness … Continue reading

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