jesus is mighty to save

If My people, who are called by My name, will humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will
forgive their sin and will heal their land.2 Chronicles 7:14
The situation in the nations of the world cannot be solved by human means, we need Divine intervention and healing, to bring our nations to what God wants for them.
Here’s what we ought to do:
1. Humble ourselves.
2. Pray- Lift our nation to God’s throne of grace. Bring the issues facing our nation before Jesus, who is mighty to save. Pray for the rulers of our land and for peace. For God’s will to be done.
3. Seek God’s face- Let’s turn to Him whole heartedly and seek His face.
4. Turn from our wicked ways-
Then, GOD WILL HEAR from heaven, He will FORGIVE OUR SINS and HEAL OUR LAND.


You’ll never forget this red-suited Christian man singing a praise song in a New Jersey McDonald’s (For a related video, click here


I had two dreams last night. The first was horrible, and i don’t want to remember it. The second started out as quite horrible but ended with me and my two sisters sitting in a room in an abandoned house in some kind of “apocalyptic times” and they were accepting Jesus as their Saviour. I was telling them about Him, and they were crying. And I woke up about half way through the sinners prayer. But awake, I finished it. So strange, but this has just given me a lot more hope that God is really going to reach them and save them.

We have all things in Christ. Christ is all things to a Christian. If we are sick, Jesus is a physician. If we thirst, Jesus is a fountain. If our sins trouble us, Jesus is our righteousness. If we stand in need of help, Jesus is mighty to save. If we fear death, Jesus is life. If we are in darkness, Jesus is light. If we are weak, Jesus is strength. If we are in poverty, Jesus is plenty. If we desire heaven, Jesus is the way. The soul cannot say, ‘this I would have, and that I would have.’ But having Jesus, he has all he needs—eminently, perfectly, eternally.”

~Thomas Brooks