Most of us do not value things that come to us freely and yet the greatest things in life are free – the love of God and love of the heart.

Because we are focused on asking God for this, for that, for the other, we are quick to forget that actually God has given us HIMSELF, freely.

God Almighty formed you, He sent His Son to die for you to save you from sin and gave you His Spirit to dwell in your heart. Through Jesus Christ, His Son, you can have a special relationship with God, heart to heart. Whatever position or condition you find yourself today, you can know God personally.

This is the promise God gave in Jeremiah 31:33-34

“This is the covenant I will make with the people of Israel
    after that time,” declares the Lord.
“I will put my law in their minds
    and write it on their hearts.
I will be their God,
    and they will be my people.
no longer will they teach their neighbor,
    or say to one another, ‘Know the Lord,’
because they will all know me,
    from the least of them to the greatest,”
declares the Lord.

You should ask yourself, if God gave you His most precious possession, why would He withhold from you, anything of less value?

The God who created you now dwells within you. This is the greatest miracle.

Lord Jesus, thank You for making it possible for me to be saved! Thank You for this greatest gift. Help me to appreciate this greatest miracle, in Your holy name.


“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.”