Saturday, August 2, 2008

One tiny word--a world of difference

Wow, has it really been 4 months since I blogged? Yep...sad but true (well, sad for me...probably no loss for anyone else...).

I need to try to start blogging more regularly again; it's a good way to remind MYSELF of the things I need to focus on.

So, to begin with, a question from the new Beth Moore book I've been reading:
Do you Believe God or do you just believe IN God?
Lots of people believe IN God...but if our lives are to really be dramatically changed by His power, we must go deeper than just believing IN Him...we must BELIEVE Him.

Do you really believe that what God promises in His Word is true? It's funny; we, as Christians, believe that He can save us through the blood of Jesus, for salvation...for eternal life in heaven.
But too often, we live as if we don't believe that the same power that raised Jesus from the dead might just not be sufficient to meet our daily needs. We worry about how to pay the bills, about decisions we need to make, about relationship problems...whatever it is, we act as if we must handle it on our own, because God just might not be able to take care of it!
We would never SAY we believe that, yet our lives too often demonstrate a lack of confidence in our Savior to meet ALL our needs, as He SAYS He will.

Do you believe God IS who He says He is?
Do you believe He can do what He says He can do?
Do you believe YOU are who HE says you are?

Start immersing yourself in His Word, and take Him at His Word...trust that HE WILL DO what He says He will do!

"For no matter how many promises God has made, they are 'Yes' in Christ" 1 Corinthians 1:20

2 comments:

Mark and Misti said...

I believe you have hit it right on the head with this post. I have often thought the same thing. W all say that we believe and then we turn right around and worry about every little thing in our lives. I believe that this is an area that just about everyone can use some meditation and practice in. Nice post. :)

Mark and Misti
twocommonthieves.blogspot.com

Hubie Goode said...

You may find Andrew Wommak's current show very comforting according to what you are blogging about here. He seems to be crusading in favor of the healing that Jesus both performed and promised becoming more universally manifest in the lives of all Christians.

http://hubiegoode.blogspot.com