Galations 5:13 states, 'you, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge in the flesh; rather, serve one another humbly in love." Christians are called to be servants.
All we who are believers are blessed in different ways. How wonderful would it be, then, if we all looked for ways to use our specific blessings to turn around and bless others? What better way could there be to show the love of God?
Are you holding back from sharing God’s word because you are scared of how other people may react? Do you sometimes feel like you can’t speak out? Are there times when you feel that other people have hindered your ability to grow spiritually?
Everyone has to go through disappointment. Sometimes disappointment affects us more than others. You may not have gotten the job you really wanted, you didn’t get into a certain college, or the house you put an offer on was sold to someone else. It is impossible to avoid that feeling of frustration when we are let down.
When we look at America, we think of freedom and diversity. God allowed for such greatness and expression in our country. However, I also see community. Revive America has a community of Christians who have come together in hope of spreading God’s word and changing the nation for the better. Here are some verses with references to the importance of community to encourage you.
Do you ever feel like you have a weight on your shoulders due to the amount of stress life throws at you? We often feel buried alive and can’t catch our breath! What we do forget is that God is there to help with this burden. Just sitting down and reading the Bible for a few minutes each day or making quiet time with Jesus will help ease your mind.
With school starting up across the country, we thought a blog about encouraging teachers through scripture would be perfect! Being a teacher is not easy, but the amount of good they can do in the lives of their students is priceless. If you are a teacher and need some extra encouragement, check out these verses! Be in prayer for students and teachers this year.