Although our struggles in America, as real and as important as they are, can in no way compare to the suffering of Christians around the world, all of us can find comfort in the Word of God given through Peter in this letter.
God is worthy of our worship because He is our LIVING HOPE – alive and actively participating in bringing help into desperate situations.
God could have given up on us, turned His back and walked away. But instead He gave; gave all He had to give. He risked it all on the Cross in the hope that one day we would say “Yes” to Him.
Each day is unique, with it’s own rare challenges, and He gives us the portion we need for our assigned undertaking for each specific day.
God is the same today as He has always been. His promises do not change. If His Word has promised something, then it is still a promise to day.
Continually dwelling in His Word and presence will help us prevent being depleted and working in our own strength.
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Church hurt: a term use to describe hurt caused by other Christians. Where there is church hurt, there you will find the enemy. Sitting slyly in the corner, rubbing his hands together in delight with a glint of evil pleasure in his eyes relishing in the fact that God’s children are fighting…each other…and not him!
”If I were your enemy, I’d work to create division between you and other Christians, between groups of Christians, anyone with the potential for uniting in battle against me and my plans.” Priscilla Shirer, Fervent