God Is Light!

Father, I Pray whoever is reading this,
That your divine power and love
be filled in their minds hearts and souls
In Jesus’ Name.

Throughout history, light has been a powerful symbol of the divine. In many religions and spiritual traditions, light represents illumination, clarity, understanding, and hope. It is no wonder that people often describe moments of spiritual insight as “seeing the light”. But what does it mean to say that God is the light?

The idea of God as light is found in many religious texts and traditions. In Christianity, for example, Jesus is often referred to as the “light of the world”. This metaphor is used to describe how Jesus brings clarity and understanding to the world, and how he illuminates the darkness of sin and ignorance. In Hinduism, the goddess Durga is associated with the light of knowledge, which dispels the darkness of ignorance.

But the idea of God as the light goes beyond just a metaphor. It points to a deeper truth about the nature of God. Just as physical light illuminates the world around us, God’s light can bring spiritual illumination, revealing truths that might otherwise be hidden. God’s light can provide guidance and comfort, helping us to navigate the challenges of life.

When we experience God’s light, we may feel a sense of peace, clarity, and understanding. We may see our problems in a new light, and find solutions that were not apparent before. We may feel a sense of connection to something greater than ourselves, and find meaning and purpose in our lives.

Of course, the experience of God’s light is personal and subjective. It may come in the form of a sudden insight, a feeling of calm in the midst of chaos, or a sense of awe and wonder in the face of the natural world. Whatever form it takes, it is a reminder that God is always with us, guiding us through life’s ups and downs.

In conclusion, the idea that God is the light is a powerful and inspiring one. It reminds us that even in the darkest of times, there is always hope and guidance available to us. Whether we are religious or not, we can all benefit from seeking out God’s light in our lives. May we all be blessed with the gift of spiritual illumination, and may we use it to bring light to the world around us.

Prayer Is Needed..

Father, I pray whoever is reading this that your divine power and love be fill in their minds, hearts and souls in Jesus Name,

Envy can be a difficult emotion to cope with, especially when it affects people in our lives. At times, it can be hard to not feel envy when we see people succeeding in their lives and achieving things that we want for ourselves. But it’s important to remember that God knows our hearts and is aware of our struggles. He knows that we all have unique paths, and that what works for others might not be the same for us. We can take comfort in the fact that He sees our efforts to achieve our goals, and He will be with us through the journey.

Envy is a very common emotion in our lives, and it can be hard to deal with when it comes from people we care about. We often feel hurt and confused when someone is envious of us, so it’s important to take a step back and try to understand why they may be feeling that way. One way to do this is to pray for them, as this will help us to see the situation from a more compassionate perspective.

In our prayers, we can ask God to help us understand their feelings and why they are feeling envious. We can also ask for the courage to speak to them and create an open dialogue, so that the feelings of envy can be addressed in a healthy way. We can also pray for the strength to forgive and accept ourselves, even when others are envious of us.

At the end of the day, it’s important to remember that envy is a normal emotion and most of us have experienced it. It’s okay to feel hurt or confused by it, but we should also try to be understanding and compassionate towards the person who is feeling envious.

Though it can be tough to be surrounded by envious people, try to stay focused on your own journey. Do your best to focus on your own goals and successes rather than comparing yourself to others. We can also use this as an opportunity to practice compassion and understanding towards those who are struggling with envy. Remember that we all have our own battles, and by showing compassion and being kind to one another, we can help each other through difficult times.



Remember, Satan is Liar!

The Need of Repentance

Father, I pray that whoever is reading this your divine power and love be in their minds, heart and soul in Jesus name.

Repentance is a powerful tool for restoring our spiritual health and for finding peace in our lives. It is an important part of the Christian faith, and an important part of being a human being. Repentance can help us to become more aware of our faults and our sins, and to take responsibility for our actions. It can also help us to forgive ourselves and others for mistakes and to make amends for wrongdoings. Through repentance, we can find a renewed sense of purpose and a greater connection to God.

In this blog, I’ll discuss the importance of repentance, how to repent, and the benefits of repentance.

First, let’s look at why repentance is important. Repentance allows us to make right the wrongs we have done. It helps us to turn away from our sinful behavior and to find a renewed sense of purpose in our lives. It can help us to reconnect with God and to find a deeper level of understanding and acceptance of ourselves.

Second, repentance is a process, and it begins with being honest about our mistakes and our wrongdoings. We must be willing to admit and to take responsibility for our actions. We should also be willing to ask for forgiveness and to make amends for our wrongdoings. We should be willing to make changes in our lives to ensure that we don’t make the same mistakes again.

Third, let’s look at some Bible verses related to repentance. One of the most important verses about repentance can be found in Acts 3:19, which says “Repent, then, and turn to God, so that your sins may be wiped out.” This verse reminds us that repentance can lead to forgiveness, and that it is an important part of finding peace with God. Repentance is a powerful tool that can help us to restore our spiritual health and to find peace in our lives. We hope this blog has given you a better understanding of the importance of repentance, how to repent, and the benefits of repentance.

Finally, let’s look at some stories of people who have experienced the power of repentance in their lives. One example is the story of the prodigal son in Luke 15:11-32. This story shows us that even when we have made mistakes and done wrong, God is always willing to forgive us and to restore us. Another example is the story of the woman caught in adultery in John 8:3-11. This story shows us that even when we have done wrong, God is still willing to forgive us and to offer us a new chance at life.

Remember, Satan is a Liar!

Apology Accepted

Father, I Pray whoever is reading this,
That your divine power and love
be filled in their minds hearts and souls
In Jesus’ Name.

I am writing this blog post to discuss the importance of forgiveness. We have all had times in our lives where we have wronged someone else and they have wronged us, so it is only natural that you think to yourself: am I just supposed to forgive everyone?? The answer is yes. You do not need to submit yourself to any emotional blackmail for what happened in the past because you will never get over it until you accept that it has happened and let go of it.

In the world today, forgiveness is a topic of much discussion and debate. Many people say they forgive others, but their actions belie the truth of their words.

Our culture tells us that we should forgive others, but it is not always easy. Even more difficult is giving forgiveness when it has been done to you. This can be especially difficult when you have been sinned against by someone who has meant to protect you from harm and help you grow in maturity as followers of Christ.

When you forgive someone who has done something wrong to you and should recognize the power that you giving to that person. Forgiveness is a gift you give yourself and others. On many occasions, a bitter person may not realize how much damage they caused in the lives of others through their actions. If you learn to forgive them and use your forgiveness as an opportunity for spiritual growth, then you will be able to experience peace at the end of it all. God sent Jesus to die for our sins on the cross. Because of him, we know that God has accepted us into His family, which is an amazing gift! And yet so many of us struggle with accepting others into our lives even after they asked for forgiveness. This can be due to a variety of reasons. We have all sinned. We have all fallen short, and that means we all need forgiveness…

Remember, Satan is a liar!!

When You Go Through Deep Waters

Father, I Pray whoever is reading this,
That your divine power and love
be full in their minds hearts and souls
In Jesus’ Name.

When you go through deep waters, don’t be afraid. When you reach the shore, don’t stop there; keep going. The Lord will give you strength when your legs are tired and will support you when your feet hurt. If He doesn’t give you the strength to finish the race, it’s because He has another plan for your life that requires something different from what He asked of others before Him…

God is with you. He is the one who is leading you through these deep waters, and he will bring you out on the other side. God knows what’s best for us, so when we trust him to lead us through difficult times, we can rest assured that he’ll be there every step of the way. In fact, in Psalm 23:4-5 (NIV), it says: “Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil for you are with me; your rod and your staff – they comfort me.” When everything around us seems uncertain or hopeless and we’re feeling like our lives are out of control, this reassurance from God helps us feel safe enough to ask him for help and guidance as well as strength and rest from our burdens.

but those who hope in the Lord
    will renew their strength.
They will soar on wings like eagles;
    they will run and not grow weary,
    they will walk and not be faint.

Isaiah 40:31

Please embrace these tidal waves and sail on. The best lesson in life is God; we cannot expect anything without him. Jesus hung on a cross blameless for our sins. We look at the troubles we are facing or perhaps may face. God’s only begotten son didn’t look at any of the troubles but took strength in his obedience to his father. I pray that we all will endure without a shadow of a doubt in victory! 

Remember Satan is a liar! 

All The Time, God is Good!

Father, I lift those up to you on high who may be reading this. May their minds, bodies and souls be fully surrendered unto you in Jesus name.

First and foremost, All Glory Be to God! The countless blessings continue to rise bountifully without limitations. Good and upright is the Lord (Psalm 25:8)

Sometimes our days can be faced with preparations of the “Perhaps”? Other times, we are desperate to structure as much of our lives as possible. We may not understand all, but God is bigger than any storms that you may be going through. The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning, great is your faithfulness (Lamentations 3:22-23).

Yes! His mercies never come to an end! The reassurance of knowing the Lord is good, a stronghold in the day of trouble and He knows those who trust in Him (Nahum 1:7). “In God We Trust” from beginning and forevermore. In the beginning, God’s goodness prevails as he created Heavens and Earth (Genesis 1:1).

God never stops being good to us! In spite of rocky roads we may come across, God’s love is evident. “For He so loved the world that he gave his one and only living son, That whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life (John 3:16).

Many others have faced similar problems to what you are currently facing, but our God is on our side to deliver us out of the hand of Satan’s ongoing entrapments. When God is on our side, who can be against us? How can we be afraid? What can a mere man do to you or I?

Everything is worthless when compared with the greatest, priceless gift of all times, Christ Jesus!

We know how He loves and cares for us in this wilderness just as a father care for his children. He will guide, provide and direct our steps. Obedience is significant when God is positioning you where you need to be. As said in Habakkuk chapter 2 verse 3, “The revelation will await the appointed time; it speaks the end and will not prove false. Though it linger, wait for it, it will certainly come and not delay.”

There are many paths to explore in this life and our road to understanding God’s mission for us. The smallest path begins through a narrow gate, and many do not find it. This path leads to life! We are all helpless without God! We must trust Him and let Him lead us in the way we should go!

Ask yourself the following questions: How many times have I done things my way? How many times have I failed? When God is first and center in all that we do, He will provide the correct direction for our steps. The Lord makes his face shine upon you and be gracious to you.

In all circumstance, good or unpleasant, continually give thanks to God! How many times has he pulled you out of the proverbial quicksand? I know by His grace and mercies your testimony is endless and your tribulation is lessened.

The thief comes only to steal, kill and destroy! Remain faithful to God to see the fruits of your faithfulness blossom without measure. Believe and receive all that is being produced for you with the name sealed with a supernatural blessing!

Nothing is impossible with God (Luke 1:37)! When all is made by the unseen the profound revelation will be evident. God is the author and finisher of our narratives. God wants all of you, not a partial fragment. Surrender completely and wholeheartedly! Thank God in advance! It is written in Job 11:13, “If you would direct your heart right and spread out your hand to him.”

Remember, Satan is a liar!