Esther’s plans for her life probably didn’t include being Queen of Persia, but God had other plans. You probably have some plans for your day, your week and your life. Check out Proverbs 16:9. Are you ready to follow God’s plans for you?
Take a closer look at today’s verse. When you’re faced with a choice, what should you seek? What does God promise when you do?
Read Matthew 7:24-27 about the wise man and the foolish man. Notice that the storm came into both men’s lives. There will always be troubles (2 Timothy 3:12). How will building your life on God help you stand strong when storms of trouble come?
Shape a piece of Play-Doh into a little pot, just as Jeremiah watched the potter do. Now take a closer look at it. Do you see your fingerprints all over it? In the same way, when you let God reshape your heart by following His Word, He leaves His fingerprints all over you (2 Corinthians…
Think about the words of Luke 6:38. No matter how much you give, you can’t out give God. His gifts might not be money or things, but you can be sure that they’ll be amazing! The next time you give, pay attention to all the ways God gives back to you.
So often we waste our time worrying. We worry about what to eat, what to wear and how to get what we want. But look at what Jesus says in Matthew 6:33. If we’ll give the best of our time and energy to God, He’ll take care of everything else.
Solomon filled the book of Proverbs with his godly wisdom. Start each morning by reading a proverb. Keep a list of your favourite ones or underline them in your Bible.
Confession is telling God that you know what you did was wrong. It’s agreeing with God that it was a sin. Repentance is being sad about that sin and doing your best not to sin again. Read 1 John 1:9 and Acts 3:19 to find out what wonderful thing happens when you confess and repent.
How can you honor God in your life? It’s no secret – God’s Word tells you how! You can honor God by telling others about Him (Psalm 75:1), singing praises to Him (Psalm 95:1-2), and obeying Him (2 John 1:6).
Read Revelation 3:20. Is Jesus welcome in your life? Are you glad to meet Him in His Word, to talk to Him every day in prayer, to introduce your friends to Him? How can you make Jesus welcome in every moment of your life?