I’ve created this page to spread more love and joy about the Christian belief, God, Jesus and the Bible.
I hope to meet more like-minded people to connect and interact with and also to learn from.
I’ll post daily Bible verses and occasionally own pictures.
May our good God bless you! ~Melissa
There are many things you can seek to live for in life. You can live for a lot of things. You can live for your physical appearance. You can live for a successful career. You can live for pleasure. But here is what Jesus said: “Seek the Kingdom of God above all else, and live righteously, and he will give you everything you need” (Matthew 6:33)
With those words, Jesus gave us the secret to living a worry-free life: Instead of worry, put God and His will first in your life. Among a number of options, put God in the number-one position.
Let’s take your career for example. Is your career choice, your line of work, really for God’s glory? Are you seeking Him first in what you’re doing?
You might say, “James, you’re a pastor. It’s easy for you to seek God first. I work in the real world with real people.” I understand. But here is what your goal should be: to honor God in everything you do. Here is what you need to ask yourself: “As I’m doing this thing, what is my goal?” If your goal is just to make money no matter what it takes, you have the wrong goal. Your goal should be to honor God, give honest work, and have personal integrity and a good testimony in the workplace.
When the day is done, you want to have a good name and a good reputation. Proverbs 22:1 says, “Choose a good reputation over great riches; being held in high esteem is better than silver or gold”. Seek first the kingdom of God. If you want a life free of worry, anxiety, and fear, then put God’s kingdom before everything else. Seek Him first, and He will take care of you.
In honor of #nationaldayofthebible I would love to know what everyones favorite scriptures are and why you chose that scripture.
Mine is John 10:10
The enemy has come to steal, kill, and destroy, but I have come so that they may have a life and have it abundantly.
This is my number 1 favorite scripture because what it says is so true to my life. The enemy has done many things throughout my 38 years to kill my hope, destroy my faith and steal my joy. But the Lord has come to restore all of that and help me to live an abundant life. Though I am not abundant in all aspects yet I am getting there. What things make you feel abundant?