Your Word for This Day: “I Will Walk Through”

Knowing the ways of God is not something that can be rushed. If we attempt to speed through our reading of His Word or rush through our dialogue with Him, we may miss the things that would be essential to our faith. Furthermore, God wants us to have relationship with Him; He can’t do that if we do not give Him a chance to speak because we are in a hurry.
A good relationship requires time, patience, and communication. This is possible only if we slow down our life pace. Besides slowing down would be good for us. After all that running around, it could be really easy for someone to burnout from exhaustion; which is what God does not want us to do.
So the next time, you have fellowship with the Lord, don’t look at the clock. Just relax and enjoy the quality time that you are having with the King of Kings. When you do this, an amazing thing happens. Your soul will be made whole and you will have energy that you never thought that you had. That is what it is like to walk with the Lord.

Your Word for This Day

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

“Yea, 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.” Psalm 23: 4


What is the difference between walking and running? I am sure we can all answer that.  Walking is motion at a slower pace and running is motion at a quicker pace.  When you run, you get to your destination faster than one who walked.

Well, we are not running in this psalm, we are walking.

Walking gives us time to look around, to notice our environment and the scenery that surrounds us.  Walking is not as tiring as running.  Some of us love to get things over with quickly, and so we would prefer to run than to walk. The journey of life however cannot be run through continuously. There would be…

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Why Endure Hardships?

Have you ever had those moments, when you are serving the Lord in the work that you do, that you just want to stop and quit because the going is just too much? What good is it to endure such hardship? If anyone had a good reason to complain was the man Joseph, but in Genesis 41, we see the results of his faithfulness. Let us learn from Joseph and how it can apply to us.