Oh, the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are His judgments and His ways past finding out!
As you do not know what is the way of the wind, Or how the bones grow in the womb of her who is with child, So you do not know the works of God who makes everything.
I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, And that my soul knows very well.
She is a virtuous woman, a woman of power and strength full of mental energy. She is priceless! No amount of precious stones can match her value.
Forgiving one another is a basic Christian attitude, which is a result of being forgiven in Christ, along with being kind and compassionate, rings to others what we have received from God.
Private reproof is hard to do in this age of “virtual” relationships via the internet and the social media, but is is the way of Christ that all of us ought to follow.
We should be careful of our own conduct, and make sure our speech is pleasant to listen to and sensible.
Those who trust God’s sovereignty and love can give thanks in every situation. All of us should live in a constant attitude of helpfulness, joy, prayer and thanks.
Aside from material and immaterial culture that we pass on from one generation to another, we must above all, pass on a godly heritage.
Christians, must learn not to worry but to pray with thanksgivings. God’s peace will then protect us from unnecessary mental and emotional tension.
We can make 2 Chronicles 7:14 our prayer then do what it says, for by doing so we might be able to rise above the challenges brought about by natural calamities and whatever difficulties we may face in life.
We must not only pray in hard times, but also maintain communion with God through prayer at all times. To be patient in affliction is a mark of a Christian.
With faith in our hearts, let us seek God and desire to please Him!
Truth in word and act, love in manner and spirit, are the Christian’s command!
Though our body may die, we will somehow live again. In our own body, with our own eyes, we will see God. He is our redeemer who lives forever
Jesus became a man, and took to himself the restrictions and difficulties of human nature. However, unlike all other human beings, he did not sin. He entered our world in order to save us from our sins.