“Those who serve God with their heart are those who allow God to give birth to their heart’s desires. These are those who put God to where He really belongs: not in the luggage compartment, not in economy class, not in business class not in first class by in the cockpit !!! For them God IS THE PILOT IN COMMAND. Their heart is the cockpit where God dwells and files the flight plan: God decides the destination and the itinerary leading safely to that place at God’s appointed time.”
Category: Remain In Him
“If we were to see things the way God does, we would see the immense value of godly character that comes from loving God and shunning evil. In fact, it is the most precious thing that we possess in God’s sight.”
“Ask anyone and they will tell you that they long to hear from God, to have a personal encounter with Him, to know His will and direction for their life. But many of us fail to realize that often God gives us an appointment in the wilderness.”
“God would not have commanded us to walk in the spirit if He had not designed us to walk in the spirit. But many of us on our journey through life fall out of step with the spirit and find ourselves living, walking, thinking only in the natural.”
“God has a way of revealing Himself as Lord over our lives. Often, God introduces Himself to us as the Mighty God in the midst of all impossibilities. “And the Lord said to Moses, “…Tell the children of Israel to go forward.” He didn’t prevent Pharaoh’s army from pursuing the Israelites nor did He avoid the way to the Red Sea. God doesn’t dodge crises, but He sees them as a challenge to bring glory and honour to His name. He split the red sea for His people to cross onto dry ground. God doesn’t require anyone’s permission before rescuing His people in a way that is beyond human comprehension.
As a believer, the situation you face shouldn’t draw your attention to what is before, behind, or around you but to the One who is with you – God.”
“When we board an aircraft for a flight we see different people, different races, cultures, beliefs. Before starting the journey, none of the passengers will inquire about the religious belief or ethnic affiliation of the pilots and crew, talk less of other passengers. Prejudice in this case will not change the decision to take the journey.
Why is it then that prejudice stands as a barrier between us and important steps we can take in our life?
One of the greatest hindrances to harmonious relationship is prejudice. If we handle our differences with others the way Jesus did, all the barriers of prejudice will be broken.”