You may think that your faith is small and ineffective, but the good news is that small faith can grow to be strong faith. Some things that are essential to growing faith are a willing and steadfast heart (Luke 8:15), preaching and teaching of the Word of God (1 Corinthians 3:5-9), and fellowship with and encouragement from other believers (Romans 1:12). King James Version
Hope in Jesus gives us a vision of good things to come, and keeps our faith and love from becoming weary and giving in. King James Version
We may think that we should get our lives in order BEFORE we invite Jesus to come in. But, the truth is, we will never get our hearts right UNTIL we let Him in. He is the only one who can take our messed up hearts and minds, and begin to transform them into clean, sound hearts and minds. King James Version
As Christians, we can do a lot of "good" and "spiritual" things, and we can expend a lot of energy doing them. But, if our "good" deeds do not proceed from a motive of love, they are worthless. King James Version
When Jesus arose out of that tomb on Easter morning, it was as if all of us who have put our faith in Him were raised right along with Him. King James Version
The devil had Jesus locked up in his death dungeon for the first and second day after his crucifixion. But on the third day, Jesus broke out, and in the process destroyed the one who held the power of death, the devil. King James Version
Religion can make you feel bad about sin, but only Jesus can remove sin from you. King James Version
A baby bird in the nest will open up it's beak wide to the mother bird because it knows that she will give it what it needs. Our Father God also has many good blessings to bestow on His children, if we would but open up to Him in faith.
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We have this promise from Jesus, that He has a place prepared for each of us who have put our faith in Him. That place is in our Father's house, where we will all someday live together as a family.
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