No matter how low down you are; no matter what your disposition has been; you may be low in your thoughts, words, and actions; you may be selfish; your heart may be overflowing with corruption and wickedness; yet Jesus will have compassion upon you. He will speak comforting words to you; not treat you coldly or spurn you, as perhaps those of earth would, but will speak tender words, and words of love and affection and kindness. Just come at once. He is a faithful friend - a friend that sticketh closer than a brother.
—  Dwight L. Moody
O maior erro de um cristão é achar que conhece a Deus e parar de buscar conhecê-lO mais. Deus não quer árvores que não dão frutos, Ele quer que cada um frutifique porque cada um tem um propósito e todos se resumem a isso: Glorificar a Deus por Ele ser Deus.
—  Eu Sou Evangélica / Eu Sou Evangélico
Hi, my name is the smart girl
My name is the quiet girl.
My name is the one who sits in the back with a book,
who gets straight A’s but isn’t smart enough to hold a conversation.
My name is not my name, it’s the labels placed on me.
It’s the tags filled out with red sharpie and stuck on my shirt.
That’s what the world says, anyways.
See, the world would have you believe that
who you are comes from what you do.
That your identity is based on your actions,
your achievements, your victories and defeats.
But who you are is not for them to decide-
it’s set in stone by the one who died.
Your purpose, your meaning,
the reason for your life-
he had that in mind as he made his sacrifice.
It doesn’t matter what you earn, how you place,
so long as you’re committed to running this race.
So if you’re wondering who you are,
if you find yourself thinking
“I don’t know who I am”-
all you need to remember is the great I AM.
He always was, always will be,
and he has a plan.
So hi, my name is made new.
My name is a beautiful thing.
My name is yours,
and that’s all I’ll ever believe.
—  hi, my name is // c.r.h.
Hay momentos de esta vida que es difícil comprender, hay momentos de dolor y oscuridad, Pero Cristo me levanta , pone Fe en mi corazón, me devuelve la esperanza, me regala una canción, puedo confiar en Él su amor nunca cambiará, puedo rendirme a Él y me sostendrá, aunque tenga problemas conmigo estará la tristeza se irá y alegría tendré con mi Jesús ❤

Alabanza al Dios de los cielos 😊🎼

Por la fé Moises dejó á Egipto, no temiendo la ira del rey; porque se sostuvo como viendo al Invisible.
—  Hebreos 11:27

Fellowship with the Lord

by Joyce Meyer - posted February 27, 2017

Then you will seek Me, inquire for, and require Me [as a vital necessity] and find Me when you search for Me with all your heart.
—Jeremiah 29:13

No matter how many principles and formulas you and I learn, we will never have lasting victory in our Christian life without spending time in personal, private fellowship with the Lord. The victory is not in methods; it is in God. If we are to live victoriously, we are going to have to look beyond ways to eliminate our problems and find the Lord in the midst of our problems.

The good news is that when we set aside time with God, He meets with us. We can be grateful, knowing that when we seek Him, we will find Him. God has a personalized plan for each of us, a plan that will lead us to victory. That is why principles, formulas, and methods are not the ultimate answer, because they do not allow for the individual differences in people. As good as all these things may be as general guidelines, they are not substitutes for personal fellowship with the Living God.

Prayer of Thanks: Thank You, Father, that I can meet with You at any time of the day or night. You’re always here for me and You desire to spend time with me. Your Word says that when I seek You, I will find You. So help me, Lord, to find You in every part of my life today.


Every hour I need Thee My God