Hint: It's not "What if I get the coronavirus?"
Nowhere in the Bible does it say "God helps those who help themselves."
Dr. Sharon Mancha shares wisdom nuggets for holding on through the tough times.
Self-quarantining has had many unanticipated consequences.
It's especially true, he says, in the chaotic world we live in today.
Waiting on God is an important part of His preparation for you.
Though God remains faithful, His followers often fall short.
How we respond makes a huge difference in the outcome.
If you've ever been in a waiting room, you know the boredom and anxiety that often take place.
What if we are in an appointed time to gather for Resurrection power?
He didn't invent the method, but He perfected it.
"If Jesus is below you, the world will trample you under its feet. If Jesus is above you, no man or spirit can be above you."
"It doesn't matter what the trial is, you can make it through it."
You don't have to stumble in this world, and God doesn't want you to.
In good days and bad, this pastor has learned to lean heavily on this Scripture. It will sustain you, too.
How important is relationship as we enter this kingdom transition?
This is a season where the Spirit of the Lord is sifting through our ministries, families and our personal lives, separating what is essential and what is additional; what is primary and what is secondary.
However, one truth remains, one we can lean on in the tough times.
You don't have to have this or that to be truly happy.
In the moments of life's imperfections and pain, God longs for our focus to remain solely on Him.