WHEN JESUS PRICKS OUR HEART
Ezekiel 33:11. What is God’s will in our lives?
2 Chronicles 7:14 Christians prepare for a revival with God in the same manner that God has instructed those before us. This is well documented in the Bible, specifically in 2nd Chronicles 7:14. Here God instructed Solomon in regard to the temple and what the Israelites needed to do to be in right relationship with him.
Business Principle for Letting God Be Your Guide: Follow God’s Will to Continuously Innovate Your Business
Romans 12:2. A Biblical principle for business as well as life is to not conform to this world, but continually transform by renewing our mind in what is in the will of God (Romans 12:2, “And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God”).
Titus 3:5. Righteousness can be defines as the pursuit of righteous acts. Righteous acts are actions and activities that line up with a higher moral authority. For most people this higher moral authority is God. It is God that decides what is right and wrong. He is the source of righteousness.
Titus 3:5. Because we are all sinners, we must all ask God for mercy to restore and to have an eternal relationship with God. None of us our perfect and we all fall short of the glory of God. For us that are religious, it is easy to start thinking that by our righteous works that we can be in right standing with God. No, this is not the answer to our salvation.
Ephesians 5:14. Beware of sleep needs and remedies that are driven by the false comfort of material things or driven by the apathy of a meaningless existence. We may think we are fulfilling our sleep needs, but in reality our sleep can be just as corrupting as when we are awake living a sinful life.
2 timothy 2:14. As part of being sanctified and set aside for God's use, we must guard ourselves and others from false doctrines that can subvert the faith.
Psalms 37:4. God is the answer to an unhappy life. God created us and created us for a purpose. True happiness comes from us having a sense of purpose in life and fulfilling it. If we ignore God or run from Him or hate Him, we will have an unhappy life.
Matthew 13:15. If you continually ask yourself, “Why am I unhappy”, it may be because you do not have Christ in your life. The Bible tells us that someone that is dull, listless, and looking inward on everything is far from God. It is this type of unhappy lifestyle that negatively affects both the mind and body.