In Matthew 6:5-15, Jesus taught us how to pray.
Where there once was only discipline, there is now love.
Is there something in your life that you have been asking God for? Is God taking His time answering? Are you growing weary and frustrated with God from waiting?
Ask yourself, am I making a decision based off of presumption or faith in a promise I received from God.
Presumptuous sin is an intentional and deliberate sinful or rebellious act committed against God. It’s a complete disregard for one’s own conscience, God’s Word, and what a person knows to be right.
No. Although you may be alone and feel alone, you’re not alone in your suffering. The Lord is with you. He sees you. He knows where you are. He knows what you need and how to get it to you.
Jesus is the good Shepherd. The One who laid down His life for His sheep (you and I). In Psalm 23, King David beautifully depicts Jesus’s role as the Chief Shepherd in our lives: He loves us, cares for us, leads us, guides us, chastens us, corrects us, protects us, and provides for us etc.
No matter what you’ve done, how long you’ve been doing it, you can turn away from your sin and run to the living God.
Sometimes when we receive promises from God, we anxiously look ahead while laying down or neglecting what God has already placed in our hands. This shouldn’t be so.
Yes, the devil can talk to you.