A Better Tomorrow


Hebrews 4:16

Let us then approach God’s throne of grace with confidence,
so that we may receive mercy and
find grace to help us in our time of need.

Ages ago the prophet Jonah saw it happen.

The population of the city of Nineveh (in the north of present day Iraq) repented from sin.

A radical change came because Jonah preached and God’s Spirit worked.

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Through church prayer and preaching, the difficult situations around us can change for the better. Life can be more tolerable.

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We must rejoice in the ability we have to take every issue we face to the Lord and trust Him for the answer.

God Cares


John 15:7
If you remain in me and my words remain in you,
ask whatever you wish,
and it will be done for you.

God is concerned about even the small things in our lives.

Let us talk to Him about them.

Let us talk to God about every detail of our life and trust Him with the answers.

Thank You Lord that You care about my every need.
I will Trust You to take care of every detail.

More Precious Than Gold


Psalm 19: 10

They are more precious than gold,
than much pure gold;
they are sweeter than honey,
than honey from the honeycomb.

Let us treasure God’s Word as more valuable than any precious metal or gem.

Thank You, Lord that Your precious Word
is being made available in countries
where it is not valued by those in authority.

Patient and Persistent Prayer


1 Samuel 12:23a
As for me, far be it from me that I should sin
against the LORD
by failing to pray for you.


An important aspect of prayer is to pray patiently.

God meets our needs “at the proper time” (Galatians 6:9).

Too often Christians weary of praying, and give up. This is often justified on the basis that God's failure to answer means the request is not according to His will.

Remember, God can:
  • Deliver whatever we ask in His name;
  • Delay to fit His perfect timing (only He sees the end from the beginning);
  • Deny and say ‘No’ because we ask amiss or give a
  • Different and better answer.

Jesus urges us to be persistent in prayer (Luke 11:5-8).

This does not mean that God does not want to meet our needs and that we need to try to persuade Him.

It simply means that only God, who completely understands the whole situation, can know when and how to answer.

Only when we have assurance in our hearts from the Lord, should we remove a matter from our prayer list.

Many times Christians lose heart in prayer because they do not recognize when the Lord does answer their prayers.

Sometimes this is due to the fact that they did not pray specifically enough.

Sometimes because they have decided in advance how God must answer. Perhaps they think that only a great miracle can meet their need.

But the Lord may change the circumstances so that the need seems to be supplied naturally.

Mature believers will recognize that the events of everyday life also come from the Lord.

Our daily bread and safety are miracles of God in this troubled world.

Let us not presume to tell God how to answer, and let us praise Him for His daily care.

Let us acknowledge that God gives His best to those who leave the choices to Him.

Oh God, help me to be patient and persistent
and leave the answers to my prayers in Your hands.


The Written Word Of God


1 Peter 1:22-23
Now that you have purified yourselves by obeying the truth
so that you have sincere love for your brothers,
love one another deeply, from the heart.
For you have been born again,
not of perishable seed, but of imperishable,
through the living and enduring word of God.

The Bible is an important resource to Christians.

We are born again through the teaching of God in the Bible.

Let’s cherish our Bible.

Let’s know our Bible as much as possible.

Let's obey its teaching.

Let’s us develop sincere love for our brethren.

Let’s us love one another deeply, from the heart.

Let's Share The Bible We Love!