Seek your God every day

Seek your God every day



Seek your God every day
Seek your God every day – God is looking towards your face that you will speak to Him because He is your father. Holi Scriptures prophesied – His eyes are wide open and His ears attentive to the prayers we offer to Him (Bible, 2 Chronicles 6:40; 7:15). This is the reason it is important that every day you seek Him for your needs and thank Him for all the good things / deeds He has done in your lives. Seeing the gratitude of your hearts, God will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go and will counsel you with His loving eye on you (Bible, Psalm 32:8). Then, the blessings and honour will come searching your way and take you to greater heights. Therefore, in spite of your busy schedule, don’t neglect prayer and reading His word because, the Lord is waiting to hear from you and speak to you.
God wants to share His Life with you, and in return He wants you to share your life with Him. He is interested to move into your world, and involve Himself totally in it – in every relationship, every business transaction, every meal, every bill, every family problem, every joy.

God will be as involved with you as you let Him be involved. That is the reason why He encourages you to seek Him. He doesn’t expect you to be a monk and seek Him in seclusion, somewhere apart. He provided a simple, realistic way to do it.

Bible, Philippians 4:6 has prophesied – Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.

Bible, 1 Peter 5:7 has prophesied – Casting all your care upon Him; for He careth for you.

God is calling you having hope, come to Him in every detail of your everyday life. Your face is putting your picture of heart that you are in great trouble and you have no solution in your hand. Stand face to face in your daily prayer and ask God to remove it. You might be surprised how marvelously He provides things to get involved in that the whole family will enjoy.

Sometimes God uses circumstances to remind you to pray about everything. Some problem emerges that you have no control over. Instead of worrying, or trying to get control by finding your solution, think that God is calling you to submit the problem to Him, and watch His solution. It might be something totally out of your ability to control, but He does it for you.
Bible, James 4:2 has prophesied … ye have not, because ye ask not.

So often, rather than ask God, we like to resort to the other things James mentioned in the verse.
We try to express our strong desire, even going to great lengths (like getting others out of the way), we get competitive and aggressive, to get what we want. But we don’t ask God for it! If we think of God at all, we grumble to Him about it, blame Him for it, we ask “Why is God doing this to us ?” Or “Why is God letting this happen?”

How much better, if you desire and don’t have, instead of resorting to aggressive ways of getting what you want, why not straightaway ask God to provide?

If the Israelites in the desert had gone to God with requests instead of grumbling, their journey would have been full of thanksgiving and praise.

It takes some work to remember to pray about everything, because sometimes it doesn’t seem straightaway that you need to pray.

God does want you to be successful in business ventures, but you’d be better off consulting with your Partner before you make any “sure-fire” investments.

Why seek God? We need to be clear on why pray about everything.
The idea behind it is to open your life to God so that He will be free to do whatever He wants in your life and circumstances.

We pray about everything so that it will go God’s way, so we are living in the center of His will, and so that His will might be accomplished on earth as it is in heaven. And that is 100%.

Seek God in Your Daily Decisions. God didn’t intend that praying about everything would be a burden to you, but rather a help.

Many of you really want to do what God wants, if you can only be sure of what that is. You care about circumstances; God cares about your hearts.

Most of Scripture deals with what you are on the inside, not the effect that has on your outside style of life. God is not impressed by those who do the right things on the outside, but aren’t with Him in their hearts. In fact, the Lord rebukes His people when He says in Isaiah:

Isaiah 29:13 Wherefore the Lord said, Forasmuch as this people draw near me with their mouth, and with their lips do honour me, but have removed their heart far from me, and their fear toward me is taught by the precept of men:

Jesus was not impressed by the Pharisees. He was more impressed by fishermen, tax collectors, and even former prostitutes who honestly trusted him than with the Pharisees who had a religious job but didn’t have a right heart.

He cares more whether you are living by faith than whether you are a missionary or a carpenter. More about you having a loving attitude towards your fellow workers than whether they are engineers or church staff. More about His order in the home than whether it’s an expensive house or a cheap rented apartment. More about your heart being free from pride and covetousness than whether your car is a silver Mercedes or a cheap second-hand car.

That doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t ask God about these areas of life. Just be sure that you know what God’s main concern is, and make that your concern. Before you ask God about His will relating to your vocation or vacation, your car or your investments, ask yourself this: Has the Lord already shown you some things that He wants you to be doing that you aren’t? Let God be concerned about giving you the right directions.
Let your concern be whether or not you are obeying the will of God that you already know.

You need to be more concerned about whether you’re living in obedience to the light that you already have than in whether God will give you new light on a decision you have to make.

The reason you can relax about finding God’s will in your life decisions is that God is more concerned about showing you His will than you are in finding it!

All you have to do is to wait for Him to show you, and then do what He tells you to do.

Lord will not forsake you

Lord will not forsake you


Lord will not forsake you

Lord will not forsake you – As we go through our lives, all of us face an unknown future. Sometime the future appears bright and sometime uncertain and scary. We are always trying to peer into the future and trying to predict what will happen next. We try to predict the unknown through what is known to us. Sometimes we are right and sometimes we are wrong and this always leads to the birth of ‘Fear’.

But friends, for fear to be born, another thing is necessary and that is ‘Ego’. What does this mean? It simply means that if I believe that it is only I who is responsible for my life, then I will always fear the future since it is only I who has to safeguard my life and that there is no-one to help me.

On the other hand, those who believe in God and believe that we are part of God’s larger plan, we will believe that God has a role for us-even if we don’t know what it is, and we will trust him to do what is best, for us. If this is our attitude, then we will lose our fear.

The fact is that the world is created by God, for a purpose and the Lord want to tell you that as you face the challenges of life you are not alone. He says – “I will never leave you, nor forsake you” (Bible, Hebrews 13:5).

Trust in god comes only from love. Just as a child trusts his mother because he loves his mother and he can feel the love of the mother, similarly you will trust in God only as much as you love Him. The interesting thing is that trust is based on love and love is based on trust! As you drive along your journey in life, you will find that confidence in God’s love is always coupled with trust. As I said, this means letting Him drive. When love and trust are combined, they are a like a match to faith. They will set your confidence on fire so that you can ride anywhere that God is taking you without fear.

God is your Refuge

God is your Refuge


God is your Refuge

God is your Refuge – Knowing God as our refuge enables us to trust Him more freely. We need not fear situations or people who threaten our well-being, whether in a physical or spiritual sense. There is no situation we will ever face that is out of God’s control, so the best place to be, always, is right with Him. “The name of the LORD is a fortified tower; the righteous run to it and are safe” (Bible, Proverbs 18:10).

Be encouraged! No matter how strong or powerful your problems may be, Lord will give you the strength to face them with courage and confidence. He will be with you like a mighty warrior (Bible, Jeremiah 20:11). He is great and mighty in power (Bible, Jeremiah 10:6). Therefore, make Him as your refuge and come under the shadow of His wings. In the greatness of the name of the Lord, you will live securely and find your peace.

No matter what your circumstance, the safest place to be is always in the center of God’s will. He promises to be your refuge: “‘never will I leave you; never will I forsake you.’ So we say with confidence, ‘The Lord is your helper; you should not afraid. What can man do to me?’” (Bible, Hebrews 13:5–6).
You must keep trust in Lord and accept the truth- God is our refuge and strength, a tested help in times of trouble. And so we need not fear even if the world blows up, and the mountains crumble into the sea. Let the oceans roar and foam; let the mountains tremble.

There is a river of joy flowing through the City of our God—the sacred home of the God above all gods. God himself is living in that City; therefore it stands unmoved despite the turmoil everywhere. He will not delay his help. The nations rant and rave in anger—but when God speaks, the earth melts in submission and kingdoms totter into ruin.

The Commander of the armies of heaven is here among us. He, the God of Jacob, has come to rescue us. Come, see the glorious things that our God does, how he brings ruin upon the world, and causes wars to end throughout the earth, breaking and burning every weapon. “Stand silent! Know that I am God! I will be honored by every nation in the world.”

The Commander of the heavenly armies is here among us! He, the God of Jacob, has come to rescue us.

Great Day

 Great Day

Will the Sun really be turned into darkness and the Moon into blood?

Aadishri Arun


Great Day

Great Day  – AADISHRI ARUN has tried to open the people’s eyes – The Holy Scriptures have prophesied, “The sun shall be turned to darkness, and the moon to blood, before the great and awesome day of the LORD comes.” (Bible, Joel 2:31) Will the sun literally be turned black and the moon turned to blood?

As with many descriptive passages in prophecy, this prediction is stated in the language of appearance but people are not taking it as a technical statement. People’s idea is that the sun’s light will be blocked and the moon will have a reddish appearance, like blood.

Prophates think both – Either the sun turning to darkness takes place on the occasion of during a solar eclipse or it is possible that this natural phenomenon will be a sign of the Lord’s soon coming during the end times. They have also accepted, it could be a supernatural darkness, similar to the darkness that
Great Daytook place during the Jesus’ crucifixion (Bible, Matthew 27:45).

For a solar eclipse to take place at a particular time may not seem to be a big deal. There is a total solar eclipse visible somewhere around the globe about every 18 months. However, from any one location on Earth, total eclipses take place on average only once in several hundred years.

However, it is possible that a supernatural event will occur, blocking the sun’s light from the entire planet. This would explain how the sun could look dark and the moon red at the same time — although the prophecy does not stipulate that the two events are simultaneous.

The moon appears red during a total lunar eclipse. Again, it will be the timing of this event that will reveal God’s supernatural power.

Jesus spoke of this event in Matthew 24:29–30: “Immediately after the tribulation of those days the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light, and the stars will fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens will be shaken. Then will appear in heaven the sign of the Son of Man, and then all the tribes of the earth will mourn, and they will see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of heaven with power and great glory.” Here, Jesus indicates that these phenomena will take place at the end of the tribulation period shortly before He returns to Earth. It is possible that the judgments and devastation that take place during the tribulation will be responsible for creating conditions that make the sun appear dark and the moon appear red.

It is a question before us of how it happens, the appearance of the sun and moon will change. Joel’s prophecy is clear: a darkened sun and reddish moon are associated with God’s judgment shortly before the return of God.

The Lord is Your Healer

The Lord is Your Healer


The Lord is Your Healer

The Lord is Your Healer – Lord is faithful. Lord’s word is reliable. Those who seek the Lord will never be put to shame. God is good. It is prophesied in Bible, Matthew 4:24, “People brought to Him all who were ill with various diseases, those suffering severe pain, the demon-possessed, those having seizures, and the paralyzed; and He healed them.” Likewise, God will certainly do miracles for you. Lord said – Behold, I will bring it health and cure, and I will cure them, and will reveal unto them the abundance of peace and truth.

In other wards, He said – I will apply a healing dressing to it and cure, and I will heal them, and will reveal unto them an abundance of peace and truth.

Perhaps you do not know that God cares about every single part of your life. He isn’t only concerned with your spiritual health, but He desires for you to be healthy in every area. He wants to bring healing to your mind; He wants to help you overcome emotional pain; He wants you to feel good physically and have plenty of energy…not be worn-out from sickness.

Bible Psalm 103:2-3 has prophesied, “Bless…the Lord, O my soul, and forget not (one of) all His benefits – Who forgives (every one of)all your iniquities, Who heals (each one of) all your diseases.”

In Bible,Exodus 15:26, God told the Israelites, “…I am the Lord Who heals you.” This promise is for us today. God is the very source of our healing, and we can trust Him to heal the broken areas of our lives.
If you are going to live in good health, it’s important to be proactive. There are practical things we can do to stay strong and receive God’s supernatural healing.

Yes, O! beloved, God is filled with compassion to help you in times of your desperate need. Are you suffering from long-term sickness? He will come exactly on time to deliver you from all your sickness and to bind up the wounds. He promises you today saying, “Nevertheless, I will bring health and healing to it; I will heal my people and will let them enjoy abundant peace and security. (Bible, Jeremiah 33:6). Yes! He is powerful to heal every sickness of your body. Do not panic, Lord, the great source of help will never forsake those who come trusting in Him. Therefore trust in Him for miracles and be blessed.

First of all, it is important to remember that the Lord is our Healer, and the Word of God is our medicine. Bible, Proverbs 4:20, 22 says, “My son, attend to my words…for they are life to those who find them, healing and health to all their flesh.”

There is healing power in God’s Word. I encourage you to look up different scriptures on God’s goodness and His desire to heal you and meet your needs. I will frequently say things like, “God, You are my Healer, and by Your stripes I am healed. I thank You that the more I meditate on Your Word, the better I feel. You are my strength and energy, and I believe Your healing power is working in me right now.” (Bible, Isaiah 53:5; Proverbs 4:20,22; Isaiah 40:31)

Bible Isaiah 40:31 has prophesied – But those who wait for the Lord (who expect, look for, and hope in Him) shall change and renew their strength and power…they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint or become tired.

What does it mean to “wait for the Lord”? It means to actively expect, look for and hope in Him. It includes setting aside time to talk to God, read and meditate on His Word, or simply sit quietly in His presence.

This time with the Lord can do more to restore your body, mind and emotions than anything else you can do. During these times, the Lord empowers you with renewed physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual strength.