Sinking, sinking, sinking. You realized with horror that the mud would fill your lungs and suffocate you. There was no bottom to the sludge.
Then God pulled you out. He rescued you. There was nothing you could do to rescue yourself. Only be rescued.
Cry out to God in the day of trouble. No, you don’t deserve to die. He loves you and wants to pull you up into Heaven with Him.
Posted in Christianity, death, mortality, heaven, depression, discouragement
Tagged darkness, Faith, God, hope, Jesus, love
My daughter likes the dark. I’m always turning on lights, and she goes around turning them off.
Some people persuade themselves that they like the dark. But after the fake fun wears off, then there’s the Word of God ready to enthrall your heart.
I’m glad God broke into my darkness. Inexpressible joy and peace displaced the depression and loneliness in my heart.
Oh, I’m not immune to depression and loneliness, but there’s a difference between a superficial, temporal bout and a chronic, acute case.
The greatest irony of Christianity is that people are absolutely convinced that they don’t want, like, need what they really want, like, need.
The darkness, as it grows, only serves to beautify the light. People will be drawn more and more naturally to the lighthouse under the gathering storm of godlessness. The more hopeless it becomes, the greater the need for hope.
Actually, the lighted waterfall is a sunset striking directly into the water. I read on the site where I got this photo that it’s not photoshopped.
Incredible photo. Nature provides a powerful image of truth.
He makes even the ugliness of life turn beautiful. Don’t hide from the Light. His name is Jesus.
Today I’m filled with buoyancy. The Gospel is now going to advance more than ever because apparently it is receding.
Our nation is becoming darker. Every day, there is more sin: the murder of babies, sexual sin, legalization of drug use, etc. But instead of bemoaning this “decline,” I rejoice. The
What’s the message of this pot? People need this message!
deeper into sin people get, the more desperate they become for answer to the anguish of their souls.
So, let us Christians pray and not whine. Let us outreach. Let us purify our message, eliminating hate. Let’s show love to homosexuals; after all, they are just sinners like the rest of us, not any worse than me and just as needy. Let’s stop being Pharisees condemning to Hell a world crying out for God’s love. Let’s stop trying to legislate morality and show people a better path with our testimonies.
We are on the brink of great revival. Do not blog doom and gloom. Bend your knees and pray. Go on outreach. Hug a sinner. Invite him to coffee. Talk to him and show him he’s a human being.
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Tagged darkness, decline of America, election, evangelism, hate, homosexuality, legislating morality, light, love, love of God, Obama, prayer, Romney, sin