We should make it a habit of sowing good things in our lives, so we can reap good things because everything we do has consequences. We have no way of knowing how or when all the things we do will come back to us, but we do know we will reap what we sow.
God is our Heavenly Father, and He has something better for all our lives because He made us and knows everything about us.
As children of God, we have the favor of God on our lives because He has granted it to us.
God has the power and ability to supernaturally turn things around. Every time He releases His turn around power in our direction, things will supernaturally turn around in our lives.
We’re dealing with a worldwide pandemic that’s highly contagious and spreading faster than any of the other COVID-19 variants. A lot of people are testing positive with this virus daily. Some people are recovering from it and some are still dying from it.
God is a God of abundance and this is the year He’s releasing His overflowing blessings in our lives. They will be showers of blessings
As we enter into the Christmas season let us remember that the birth of Jesus is the real reason we celebrate Christmas. “For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.” (Luke 2:11)
STARKVILLE — The Rev. Natalie Wolf will take over as pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church, in Starkville, in December. The graduate of Columbia Theological Seminary
Sometimes we take some of the small blessings God does for us for granted. We don’t know how to appreciate what we have until we’re in danger of losing it. That’s why we should thank God every day for everything He does for us.
Forgiving others is very important, no matter how difficult it may be at times. In spite of this, we still have to forgive people that do harsh things to us because if we can’t forgive others, God will not forgive us.