It’s not because the Lord wants our money, or time, or possessions, or whatever else we may have vowed to Him; He wants us to trust Him and obey.
He suffered for you, He died for you, and He lives for you!
God does not want our worship; He wants our hearts. He longs to have a personal relationship with each and every one of us.
I refused to run to God—I held Him responsible. But God never deserted me. He softened my heart in a most unexpected way....
I will not hide God’s righteousness, faithfulness, and salvation in my heart. No way! Those, along with His loving-kindness and truth, must be proclaimed.
Every sin hinders the sweet fellowship the Father longs to have with us. When we repent of sin, as David did, then our hearts will be light, and we will be ready once more to sing God’s praises.
Do you have peace in your heart and life? Do you want peace? Right here in Psalm 37 we have a prescription for peace.
The angels in heaven worship God, as well as all those who have been redeemed by the blood of the Lamb....
I may spend the rest of my days studying His Word, seeking to know Him more and more, but I will never fully comprehend all there is to know about the God of the universe.
What God has promised, He will do. This phrase sounds trite, and yet it’s hard By faith to walk...