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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Satan uses the temptation of worshipping other things to keep us from fully knowing the love and blessings God has for us when we give Him first place.
Satan knows if he can get you to make assumptions about what God has said, or even go ahead of God and move out of His timing, you will become discouraged or disillusioned when things don’t work out.
Satan uses these same dirty tricks over and over because they work on those who won’t combat his tricks with the Word of the God!
Numbers 6:24-26 recite the blessings of the Lord over the children of Israel. Through Jesus, it is still the heart of our Father for us today.
Distraction is a tool of the enemy. If he can get us to focus on something else other than Jesus, he’ll keep us from receiving from the Holy Spirit the very thing we may need.
Most people have a problem with rejection. Let’s face it; it’s no fun to be rejected! One of the definitions of rejection is “to discard as useless.” No one wants to feel useless! It’s freeing to know that our Lord will never reject us!
The Faith Walk requires absolutes. Saying YES to the promises and plans of God for your life and saying NO to anything that would hinder, delay or remove you from receiving what God has promised.
“Fight the good fight of faith” (I Timothy 6:12a). Determine not to be among those that start off good and fizzle before you get to the end of your faith journey. (Luke 9:62)
Our Lord will not abandon us and will be with us to walk us through tough times. God will go out of His way to encourage us to trust Him.
Though your walk of faith may be difficult, challenging or just plain uncomfortable. If the Lord has spoken, you won’t have to navigate the journey alone.