Our lives must be in keeping with God’s nature or holiness.
Even before the creation of the world, God planned to grant us eternal life, however, this gift can be ours only through Christ’s victory over death on the cross.
Just as we share in Christ’s sufferings, so we can share in his comfort.
We anticipate an era of rejoicing in God’s salvation and of celebrating His victory with great feast, while the enemies suffer great humiliation and destruction.
When it comes to keeping God’s commandments, we have to teach our children, our family life is to be guided by the knowledge of God’s law. Our house has to be known as a place where people love God’s law and live by it.
What God has prepared for us is far greater than we have ever imagined.
All we need to do is to be still and trust Him!
When we see things from God’s viewpoint our whole attitude is changed. We no longer envies the evil people; we find our strength and full satisfaction in God.
We have no way of getting rid of the effects of slander to our reputation, and all that we could do is to commit our case to the Lord, for the relief from character assassination comes only from Him.
We thank our parents for nourishing us not just physically but spiritually. Now that we are spiritually strong and gifted, we will not be distracted by fear, we will keep going!
Love is evidenced by works or deeds not by words, as Jesus exemplified when he sacrificed himself at the cross. By doing so, he showed us an example we must follow!
The exile was a time of discipline for Israel to prepare them for a better future.
Proverbs 14 talks about various sentiments, the antithesis between wisdom and folly, and the effects of each.
Love cannot co-exist with fear.
We ought to establish good relations with our fellow citizens, not just because of the law, but because Christian love changes us within.