Courtesy of Mike Wilkins Ministries: Words Are Spiritual Weapons
♫ Too late, too late for tears, Too late you’ve wasted precious years, What will your answer be, Facing eternity? ♫ This is the chorus to a song titled “Too Late”, written by Clinton VanZant about a young man who left a Sunday night service stating the words, ” No one, not even God is gonna tell me what to do”. Early Monday morning, Clinton got a call that the young man was out drinking with his buddies and was killed in an auto accident. We have no promise for tomorrow. I trust today if you don’t know Jesus as your personal Savior, you’ll make that commitment. Tomorrow might just be “too Late”. God bless!
Read II Samuel chapters 19-21. Enjoy!
Courtesy of Mike Wilkins Ministries: Father’s Faithfulness
Mark Bishop has a song out called “I Will Rejoice”. Rejoicing in the Lord is a choice. We can go around with a long face bemoaning all of our circumstances or we can choose to rejoice in the middle of them. If you think about it, which one will bring more contentment, rejoicing or complaining? Either one is our choice, so let’s determine to rejoice in the Lord and let Him handle the circumstances for us. God bless!
Courtesy of Mike Wilkins Ministries: How High Are The Heavens Above Earth?
Change is inevitable! How we adapt to change is so important. We don’t always understand why God would effect change in our lives. Although God isn’t always responsible for all the changes that take place, He did say in Romans 8:28 that all things work together for good to them that love Him. So today, even if we face changes that we don’t understand, let’s determine to leave it in God’s hands and let Him orchestrate the outcome. God bless!
Read II Samuel chapters 16-18. Enjoy!
Courtesy of Mike Wilkins Ministries: Control Your Words
♫ I believe in a hill called Mt Calvary, I believe whatever the cost, And when time has surrendered and earth is no more, I’ll still cling to that old rugged cross. ♫ So much changes around us every day, whether it be in our personal lives, our family lives, job situations or in the political landscape of our country. But, one thing is constant, we can can count on all that Jesus accomplished on the cross of Calvary. So today in the midst of what may seem like chaos, cling to that old rugged cross. God bless!
Courtesy of Mike Wilkins Ministries: Talk to Things
♫ Oh it is wonderful to be a Christian, Oh it is wonderful to be God’s child, Oh it is wonderful to have my sins forgiven, Oh it is wonderful to be redeemed, justified, forever reconciled. ♫ A chorus we used to sing in church when I was young that I was thinking about this morning! I’m so glad that my sins are forgiven and that I am justified by faith. I trust you have experienced that as well. If not, why not accepted Jesus as your Savior today and experience His forgiveness and justification. God bless!
Read II Samuel chapters 13-15. Enjoy!
Courtesy of Mike Wilkins Ministries: Do Not Be Afraid
Isaiah 11:6 The wolf also shall dwell with the lamb, and the leopard shall lie down with the kid; and the calf and the young lion and the fatling together; and a little child shall lead them. Oh that we would have the faith of a child. Young children, for the most part, trust their parents and those around them. They rarely question the guidance and direction given them, they just trust. We need to have that kind of trust in our Heavenly Father knowing that He would never lead us where we shouldn’t go, believing in His guidance and direction. God bless!
Courtesy of Mike Wilkins Ministries: When You Stand Praying Forgive
♫ There is healing in the presence of the Lord, When we gather in His name in one accord, Dark shadows have to flee, For there is joy and victory, There is healing in the presence of the Lord. ♫ This is the chorus to “Healing In The Presence of the Lord” written by a long time friend, Rev. Ernie Simmers. No matter what we have have need of today, we can find that “healing” in God’s presence. If you have a need today, take time to be in His presence. God bless!