Romans 9:15. Many of us ask why does God show mercy on people that do evil or are sinners. Or why does God let bad things happen to good people. What exactly is God’s will for our lives?
Romans 12:1. Many of us ask what God’s will is for our lives, but maybe what we should be asking is what pleases God. God is not a two-dimensional God, but he is a person who has likes and dislikes. One of the things that pleases him most is for us to love him and to show him that we love him. Words are not enough for God.
Habakkuk 3:2. Revival does not happen unless God is present. The core definition of revival is a re-encounter with God. It is a re-establishment or a building of our relationship with God. Revival occurs when God touches our heart through his word, work, and mercy. Habakkuk, a prophet of the Old Testament, knew clearly what was needed from God for a revival to come to the people.
Hosea 10:12. Another definition of revival is that it is a time of repentance and reuniting with God.
JESUS' COMPASSION FOR OUR HUMAN CONDITION