Whether we live in poverty or prosperity, we can still live generously.
We may not have the ability to change all of the world's wrongs, but we can make a difference where we are.
The solution to our human frailty is not to try harder, but to turn Godward.
The emphasis in Scripture is not the amount we give, but the attitude with which we give.
When you rest, realize it is not simply ceasing from activity…it is a gift from God.
The problem with comparison is that you always feel either better than someone else or worthless compared to someone else.
Change the world today. Start with the next person you meet.
The actions you take today not only impact you; they influence generations. Every matter matters for eternity.
What if every church in America had a ministry to stand against modern slavery?
Don't settle for helping those who will help you in return or doing a good deed for others to see. Help others without expecting anything back. Even if nobody else cares, God will notice.
God's road for us may not be one that appears successful from our human vantage point, yet serves as part of his divine plan to fulfill his purposes in our lives.
We are not saved by good deeds; we are saved for good deeds. Jesus transforms us to transform others.
God's strength makes us strong; His comfort comforts us. With Him, we no longer run; we rest.
When we realize the shortness of life, we begin to see the importance of making every moment count.
God is never late and rarely early. He is always exactly right on time--His time.
God saves us because He loves us. It has nothing to do with our goodness or nobility, our achievements or agility. Our salvation depends completely upon our Savior.
Live today the way you want to be remembered tomorrow.
How you live today has the potential to impact all eternity.
God is calling you to change the world one life at a time and one small step at a time. Begin today where you are.
We may not understand why certain things occur in our lives, but we understand who to run to when they do.
Our God is known for His compassion for the needy; let us be known for it as well.
No worldly pursuit compares to the joy of experiencing the change of one soul from death to life.
Everyone leaves a legacy, whether they want to or not. The question is, “What kind of legacy will you leave?
The church is not a campus but a community. Pastors are not CEOs; they are shepherds.
Be willing to be unliked and ridiculed in order to speak the words of the One who matters most.
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