God in Your Life

Every aspect of our life contains the presence of God.  God is there when we are praising him and when we are straying off into the darkness of this world.  Even when our thoughts are consumed by things other than God, He is with us.  Those who have trusted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior have the added benefit of the Holy Spirit working as their personal guide.  Those who have not yet trusted Jesus are still in the presence of God every minute of every day.  Below is a list of blog posts that will challenge you to consider the role God is playing in your life.  The most important element of each of these posts is the scripture contained therein and the voice of the Holy Spirit speaking to you as you read.   I encourage you to read the post that seems to speak to your personal situation and listen for the voice of God.  Allow those few minutes with God to fuel the rest of your day.  May you be richly blessed as you carefully consider the presence of God in your life.

Followers of Jesus Christ  (3 minutes)

Followers of Jesus Christ look forward to their eternal life in the kingdom of God.  We are filled with joy in all circumstance.

In the Beginning  (5 minutes)

Even though some pretty bad stuff happened in the beginning, it was all part of God’s plan. Everything happens for a reason.

Consumer Christianity  (4 minutes)

Treating Christianity as a tool to help you feel good about yourself is nothing more than consumer Christianity.

Roadmap for Christians  (4 minutes)

With Jesus as our guide, following this carefully designed route, we are sure to find our way and be guaranteed a safe and rewarding trip.

Our God is Great  (2 minutes)

God walks with us in times of trouble and gives us the strength to overcome.  There is none like Him.  Our God is great!

Judgment Day  (2 minutes)

It doesn’t matter if you believe or you don’t.  God still has the final say. In case you haven’t heard – Jesus Saves!

United in Love  (3 minutes)

The Bible is the tool we should depend on to bring all believers together in the common goal to serve God by loving one another.

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