You Will Never Lack!
Psalm 34:10 (TPT) Even the strong and the wealthy grow weak and hungry, but those who passionately pursue the Lord will never lack any good thing.
As our world continues to face so many unknowns & craziness, I’m reminded that as we continue to pursue Jesus and serve Him, we will never live in lack. We can live without many things the world has to offer but as Believers we must not live without the sweet presence of our God. My prayer is that many would come to know Him during these last days as they face uncertainties. We have many more opportunities to be a light to those around us and fulfill our commitment to preach the gospel and help people.
2 Corinthians 1:20 (TPT) For all of God’s promises find their “yes” of fulfillment in him. And as his “yes” and our “amen” ascend to God, we bring him glory!
All of God's promises are yes & amen - not all of our promises but all of His. The Bible is full of wonderful promises from our great Father and they are not empty, powerless words. No, they are mighty and powerful and sharper than any two-edged sword!
Hebrews 4:12 (TPT) For we have the living Word of God, which is full of energy, and it pierces more sharply than a two-edged sword. It will even penetrate to the very core of our being where soul and spirit, bone and marrow meet! It interprets and reveals the true thoughts and secret motives of our hearts.
The Word will reveal anything in us that shouldn't be there, as we read it, the Holy Spirt is kind enough to convict us of our wrongs and help us to become better. In Christ we will never lack, we continue to grow!
I know we always hear John 3:16 quoted about how much God loves the world, He sent Jesus to die for our sins… however, I like to also point out that Jesus loves us so much He sent the Holy Spirit to be our comforter, helper, friend, counselor and much more. When Jesus left He didn't leave a void on the Earth, no my friend, He sent the 3rd person of the Trinity to be with us! Without the Holy Spirit I don't know where I would be! This isn't an attempt to downplay the sacrifice of Christ, this is to magnify His goodness toward us! As if the sacrifice wasn't enough, He still sends precious Holy Spirit, we just keep on winning!
May we always exalt the name of Jesus above every name because He is sooo worthy! Tell God how thankful you are for Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Selah.