Dr. David Jeremiah is among the best known Christian leaders in the world. He serves as senior pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church in El Cajon, California and is the founder and host of Turning Point. Turning Point‘s 30-minute radio program is heard on more than 2,200 radio stations daily. A New York Times bestselling author and Gold Medallion winner, he has written more than fifty books.
If you are reading these words and aren’t sure your reservation is secure, I urge you to pray right now. Confess your sins. Acknowledge Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. Do it now.
Of course, logos are everywhere. Some of the most famous? The McDonald’s arches, the multicolored G for Google, the purple and orange FedEx symbol we see on the sides of delivery trucks, the colored rings for the Olympics, and, of course, the mysterious siren on the green Starbucks emblem.
Praise God that you are fearfully and wonderfully made! Let that truth bring extra purpose and confidence to each of your days.
The devil is not in the details, but God is! He is never surprised; no detail escapes His notice. You are known and loved in great detail by Him.
The bigger our foes the mightier they fall before our Lord’s authority. Ask Him to help you live triumphantly and trust His King-size power to bring you giant-size victories.
In fact, let me suggest this: Being ungrateful to others ultimately reflects a lack of gratitude to God. We shouldn’t want to be ungrateful people.
She probably never knew how Jesus watched her and used her until she met Him in Heaven. Her precious little teaches us the significance of sacrifice.
So all of His powerful abilities are clothed with the attribute of love. That means that even the littlest things in the universe — including the smallest aspects of your life — are known by Him and regarded by Him with love.
We all know from experience how easily we can say something foolish. But the more we read the “red letters” in the Gospels and study the words of the Lord Jesus, the more we’ll emulate the patterns of His speech and measure up to the wisdom of His words.
Think of how many workplaces and retail establishments today have some sort of media playing — usually music, radio, or television. So even while we work or shop, we’re taking in — consciously or subconsciously — whatever the media is dishing out.