Time passes by so fast. It’s Thursday again and it’s time for another round of 321 Insights.
In this post, let me share with you 3 blogs, 2 lessons, and 1 biblical question.
1. How to Develop the Habit of Prayer
No one can call themselves a Christian without having the habit of prayer. In fact, if you don’t regularly pray, you will eventually die spiritually.
That’s why it is important to develop the habit of prayer.
Thankfully, in this post, I will share with you at least 7 ways to start the habit of prayer. Not only that, but you will also learn the amazing POWER of prayer. Isn’t that great? 🙂
So, don’t miss this featured blog and read “How to develop the habit of prayer.”
2. What Is God’s Real Name?
Humans have names. Animals have names. Things have names. So, why do so many people think that God doesn’t have a name?
It’s quite surprising but we need to realize that our Father has a name and it reveals a lot about Himself. If you want to develop a deeper level of knowledge of God, you have to know His real name.
In this eye-opening article, you will discover how Satan deceived the whole world and make the majority of people oblivious to God’s true name.
Here’s your chance now to learn this magnificent truth – a truth that the rest of the world doesn’t know!
Click here to read the full article.
3. Why NO ONE is going to heaven
Now, here’s a controversial topic. A lot of people believe that when the righteous die, they immediately go to heaven.
But is this the truth? The answer will SHOCK you!
If you want to learn more, watch this powerful video.
Lesson no. 1: Forgiving is not optional
A lot of people can’t seem to forgive others and sometimes, it’s understandable that it is not easy to forgive.
People might have been hurt so deeply. They have been betrayed, taken advantage of, and have lost something precious.
However, as Christians, we need to forgive others if we want God to forgive us. There’s no escaping the fact that God will only forgive us if we, ourselves, learn to forgive.
So, forgive a person even if it is hard. Let go of your anger, bitterness, and hurt.
To learn more about forgiveness, read, “Why God will not forgive your sins?”
Lesson no. 2: Don’t worry about your life
Aside from the threat of sickness and death that the coronavirus or COVID-19 has caused, perhaps, the most devastating is the economic consequences it caused.
Thus, it is not difficult to see why a lot of people have lost their jobs. Some struggle just to keep food on their table. Not only that, but a huge number of people are in danger of losing their homes or getting kicked out from their rented place.
But should you worry? Should we sulk in depression, self-pity, and hopelessness?
I strongly believe we should NOT.
Why? Because of these verses:
“Therefore I say to you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink; nor about your body, what you will put on. Is not life more than food and the body more than clothing… For your heavenly Father knows that you need all these” (Matthew 6:25, 32).
So, be at peace. After doing all that you can, surrender the rest to your Father in Heaven. He has promised that He will not leave you nor forsake you. That should be enough for all of us to stop worrying!
(The pandemic is no doubt a catastrophe, but don’t waste this unique opportunity to learn its many lessons. Here are the 10 best lessons I learn from the coronavirus you should know.)
1 Bible Question for you
Doubt is among the greatest enemies of faith!
In Matthew 14:31, we read a question posed by our Messiah that we must all take heed:
O you of little faith, why did you doubt?
We all have times in our lives when we are filled with doubts and fear.
It is completely human to experience this. However, we must all strive to have a STRONGER and living faith.
It is through faith that we please God (Hebrews 11:6) and we must ask God to increase our faith daily (Mark 9:24).
So, why do you doubt?
Think of that reason that you are doubting and compare it to the GREAT and AWESOME power of God.
Now, do you think there’s any reason for us to doubt when we know that there’s nothing too hard for our Father?
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