Luke 4:4 (NASB) And Jesus answered him, “It is written, ‘MAN SHALL NOT LIVE ON BREAD ALONE.’”

God has made promises to me and you; humanity. God’s promises never fail and they never grow old. You must trust those promises and share them with your family, with your friends, and with the world we live in anyway you can. (That’s what I am doing)
Are you standing on the promises of God? Are you expecting God to do wonderful things, or are you living beneath a cloud of worry and doubt? The familiar words of Psalm 118:24 remind us of a profound yet simple truth: “This is the day which the LORD hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it” (KJV). Do you trust that promise, and do you live accordingly? If so, you are living the passionate life that God intends.

For passionate believers, every day begins and ends with God’s Son and God’s promises. As we face the inevitable challenges of life, we must arm ourselves with the promises of God’s Holy Word. When we do, we can expect the best, not only for the day ahead, but also for all eternity. Whatever you leave out of your day, don’t let it be God’s word for your life.

Reading news without reading the Bible will inevitably lead to an unbalanced life, an anxious spirit, a worried and depressed soul. Bill Bright

Trust God’s Word: Charles Swindoll writes, “There are four words I wish we would never forget, and they are, ‘God keeps his word.’” And remember: When it comes to studying God’s Word, school is always in session.

Remember begin your day reading God’s timeless Word!

Elder Baker

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