The rhetoric you currently utilize is a useless apparatus you employ for comfort. Personal insecurities are the underlying principle of your pious conjecture. ————————— You aspire to be special; A step ahead of the rest. Your preoccupation for admiration was nurtured by your perceptions. This frivolous concept has led to your enslavement. ————————— The cosmos have no need for your pointless opinions nor does it conform to them. You are but a pebble in the sea of the infinite; A single thought manifested from the mind of THE ALL. ————————— You are quite simply....nobody. Understand this. ————————— - אהבה
Why God Loves You Even On Your Bad Days God loves you so much that he sent Jesus on a mission of love with a message of love. The Bible doesn’t say God has love; it says God is love. Love is his nature; God is love. God created the entire universe. He created this planet; he created the human race. Then, he created you because he loves you. It could be said the reason you’re alive is because God created you as an object of his love. God made you so he could love you and so you could love him. God’s love for you is the reason your heart’s beating right now; it’s the reason you’re breathing. God’s good news is that he loves you on your good days as much as he loves you on your bad days. He loves you when you can feel his love, and he loves you when you can’t seem to feel his love. He loves you regardless of whether or not you think you deserve his love. There is nothing you can do that will make God stop loving you. You could try, but you simply can’t do it — because his love for you is based upon his character and not on anything you do or say or feel. God loves you so much that he sent his only Son, Jesus, into this world “so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life” (John 3:16b NLT, second edition). When Jesus stretched his arms out as wide as the cross, he was saying, “I love you this much! I love you so much it hurts. I love you so much I’ll die for you so that I won’t have to live without you.” God’s love surpasses all human knowledge, and it is difficult for any of us to grasp the width and length and height and depth of God’s love for us (Ephesians 3:17-19). #repost#church#periscope#faith#nyc#bayshore#christ#nondenominational#worship#praise#brentwood#pastor#pray#nice#youth#music#praise#worship#jesus#yesus#bible#word#holyspirit#amazing#devotional#beautiful#kind#christian#christianity#cpgg
Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.(Isaiah 41:10 ESV) How tenderly God is always comforting our fears! How sweetly He says in Isaiah 41:10, "Fear not; for I am with you: be not dismayed; for I am thy God: I will uphold you with the right hand of My righteousness." And yet again with still tenderer thoughtfulness, "I, the Lord thy God, will hold thy right hand, saying unto thee, Fear not, I will help thee." Not only does God say it once, but God keeps holding our right hand and repeating such promises. The blessed Lord has condensed it all into one sweet monogram of eternal comfort in His message to the disciples on the sea of Galilee, "It is I; be not afraid." God does not say, "It is over," or "It is morning," or "It is fine weather," or "It is smooth water," but God says, "It is I, be not afraid." God is the antidote to fear; God is the remedy for trouble; God is the substance and the sum of deliverance. Therefore, we should rise above fear. Let us keep our eyes fastened upon Him; let us abide continually in Him; let us be content with Him; let us cling closely to Him and cry, "We will not fear though the earth be removed, though the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea."--A.B. Simpson VISIT HERE FOR MORE: https://sasarkodieministries.com #bible#god#love#redeemed#saved#christian#christianity#chosen#jesus#truth#praying#christ#jesuschrist#word#godly#angels#cross#faith#motivation#motivationalquotes#inspiration#jesussaves#positivevibes#gospel#worship#holy#holyspirit#praise#sasarkodie
"Racial prejudice, anti-Semitism, or hatred of anyone with different beliefs has no place in the human mind or heart." 💡 "The very practice of reading the Bible will have a purifying effect upon your mind and heart. Let nothing take the place of this daily exercise." 🎙 "Being a Christian is more than just an instantaneous conversion - it is a daily process whereby you grow to be more and more like Christ." 🔑 "It is the Holy Spirit’s job to convict, God’s job to judge, and my job to #love." || #legends (📸 Regram) || My Dad attended one of his conventions years ago, making a great impact to our life as a family. #thankful // #billygraham
#repost @ackmvmt com @get_repost · · · Quando falamos o nome "Deus", precisamos reconhecer que é uma palavra latina, que nunca foi falada por nenhum profeta do judaísmo, do cristianismo e do islamismo. Sabendo disso, podemos reconhecer as semelhanças observando as evoluções fonéticas que unem essas três religiões. Eloah e Elah são apenas alguns dos nomes hebraicos para identificar o Deus judaico da Bíblia hebraica. À medida que o aramaico veio e deslocou a língua hebraica, Elah e Alah, onde o nome usado não só pelos judeus, mas também pelos cristãos. O aramaico era a língua falada por Jesus (o messias cristão e muçulmano). O aramaico tinha muitos dialetos, sendo Nabatean um que evoluiu constantemente para o árabe. Alah do aramaico evoluiu para Allah em árabe. O árabe era o idioma falado pelo Profeta Muhammad (pbuh). Se você não sabe agora, você sabe :) Foto: padre copta, África Oriental #religion#judaism#christianity#islam#advocate#culture#knowledge#education#inspire#inspiração#god#allah#eachoneteachone#unity#diversity#instapic#instagood#instadaily#follow#followformore#followforfollow#asia#ethiopia
He was transformed in front of them, and His face shone like the sun. Even His clothes became as white as light… While he (Peter) was still speaking, suddenly a bright cloud covered them, and a voice from the cloud said: “This is My Beloved Son. I take delight in Him. Listen to Him!” When the disciples heard it, they fell face down and were terrified. Then Jesus came up, touched them, and said, “Get up; don’t be afraid.” When they looked up they saw no one except Him—Jesus alone. Matthew 17:1-8 - These verses so beautifully illustrate Christ as the perfect mediator before God on our behalf. God is SO powerful, so glorious, so awesome and completely HOLY… so much so that the disciples immediately fell on their faces in overwhelming fear in His presence and at the sound of His voice. Christ reaches out to these men, however, and with a gentle touch helps them stand up without fear. - This passage is a precious reminder that we too do not need to be afraid before God because we have His Son. We have the perfect spotless Lamb of God there with us, and God is satisfied with Him; because of this, hopeless and undeserving sinners have everlasting and unwavering peace with a holy God. God longs to dwell with us, and when sin separated us from Him, Christ came down from Heaven and touched earth… to live, to die, and to rise again and sit at Gods right hand, so that we could stand in the presence of God “holy, faultless, and blameless” and “with boldness and confidence.” (Col. 1:11, Eph. 3:12). Thanks be to God for the Mediator, Restorer, and Redeemer that Christ is for us. - Cait M.