King David wrote, “The unfolding of Your Words gives light; it gives understanding to the simple” (Psalm 119:130, NIV). I am always so excited when the Lord shines His light on a scripture verse or passage. He always brings a fresh, revealing truth sure to shake me from my mundane thinking. Hebrews 4:12a says, “The Word of God is living and active…” (NIV). If you want to know God better, there is no better way than becoming daily acquainted with His Word. Zoë Life Words is my humble attempt to share with you some of those nuggets of truth my Lord has shared with me. It is my prayer that they will motivate you to read and discover for yourself how wonderful our Father is!
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The dictionary defines the word assurance as “a positive declaration intended to give confidence. This type of assurance can only come from God!
We have the Sword of the Spirit, which is the Word of God, but often we allow it to go limp by not using it consistently or giving up before we see the victory.
God wants us to be His hands extended by representing Him in such a way that people who don’t know Jesus are drawn to Him.
When the chaos and the noise of this world causes you to be unsettled and you just want some peace, go to the Rock, who is the Prince of Peace!
It’s amazing how God gets His point across, maintains His view and in the process does not condemn us but rather He gently woos us over to His position.
We humans have devised a scale measuring what we contend is a different level of sin. God, not so much! To Him, sin is sin. And all sin separates us from Him.
If we allow our talents or our gifts given to us by our Master, to lie dormant because of fear, the gift becomes of no use to God or anyone else!
Twelve words. “God is not a God of the dead, but of the living!” (Matthew 22:32, NKJV)
All of our busyness is not necessarily bad in its proper place, but it can easily distract us from pursuing a consistent, and lasting relationship with God.