“But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”

(Romans 5:8)

If you look at the great apostles of faith in the Bible, you will agree with me that God’s beloved can come from anywhere. Nationality, parentage and education are not criteria. It is not the works of righteousness that we have done but according to His amazing grace.


We need to remind ourselves often that we are sinners saved by grace. This grace is for the women as well as the men, the uneducated as well as the knowledgeable, the weak as well as the strong. Many today think they can earn God´s favour by their good works but Christianity is not a religion; it’s a relationship. No matter how many good works you do or how fine an attitude you have, you can never do enough to earn God’s forgiveness, His love. What matters to Jesus is your attitude towards Him. That was why Jesus asked Peter in the book of John 21:15-17, do you love me? Love is the only genuine principle from which the service of the Lord must spring.


Apostle Paul knew that faith without love is faithless, when he taught us that love activates faith (Galatians 5:6). Do you feel lacking in faith? Do you feel dry in your walk with Christ? Are you yearning for revelation? If you examine yourself sincerely, you will see that it is not time or resources that you lack, but love. When we love Jesus, there is a promise of God attached to this. God’s goodness will continue in every area of our lives if we respond by loving Him, because love is the fuel of faith.



“It is our heart that forgets before anything else. That is why we find ourselves slowly drifting away from God as our hearts begin to focus on what we do not have. One of the satanic tactics is to get you to doubt God’s goodness because he knows that each time you say, ‘thank You Jesus’, you are building your relationship with God.”


“Worry interferes with God’s Spirit in our lives and destroys our sense of judgment. The human spirit when free from the burden of worry, fear and sin is sensitive to the Spirit of God. Your heart needs to be at its best for God before you can pray. .”


“Jesus was very clear that the path to greatness lay in serving others by obeying God. Although He was the Son of God, He learned obedience by what He suffered, obedience to His Father’s will. It was in obedience to God that Jesus became a servant of all.”