Romans Chapter 7 reveals to us an issue that not only Paul dealt with but we as well. It was well known that Paul had an eye problem, but in this passage we see that he also had an “I” problem.
God created man for His glory and pleasure. Life is not about me; life is about God. Today is not about my plans or my desires. Life is about God and His purpose in my life. Life does not work apart from God.
I need to allow my gentleness and kindness to be known to all men today. This includes all my friends and enemies, because God is always with me.
A good friend would often quote this verse when we would be talking about the troubles of life. He would simply say, “The Bible says, men ought always to pray, and not to faint”.
Two things are true. First, there is no more miserable a creature than a man carrying the guilt of sin. Second, there is also no more happy of a creature than a man that knows his sin has been forgiven.
Comfort is a need of every human. God is the only one that can provide true comfort to the souls of men. We can get comfort from God’s Promises, His Spirit, and His People. I am thankful that God is a Father full of compassion.
Light, without it there would be no life. There are many benefits that light provides.
In the midst of turbulent times when the winds of adversity try to blow you off course
One thing for sure we can take to the bank….
Oh that we would learn that what makes us weak is good for us.