Let us look beyond our 5 health and 5 wealth goals to live healthier and wealthier. Although working smart/hard, getting/keeping out of debt, saving, investing, giving, resting, eating God's meal plan, destressing, cleansing, and healing all are very important, we need an important characteristic to help us reach great health and wealth. That characteristic is…keeping promises.
When I think of a promise keeper, I think about the best example- God. The Bible says God is a promise keeper. It says God never fails (Joshua 21:45). God keeps His word and never lies (Numbers 23:19). God sees our needs; God hears our cries; God delivers on His Word (Psalm 91:15). God never sleeps (Psalm 121:3-4). God is always faithful (2 Timothy 2:13). So, if we are considering being a promise keeper, we must consider the following three things:
Recall 5 health goals and 5 wealth goals. Then pray God grants you the wisdom, knowledge, and strength to do those things. Ask the Holy Spirit to intercede for you, then intercede for someone else in your own private prayer session (Matthew 6:6) for 1 Timothy 2:1 instructs us to pray for all people, ask God to help them, intercede for them and give thanks for them.
We want to be wise, knowledgeable and strong. Proverbs 24:5 says “A wise man is strong, yes, a man of knowledge increases strength.” When we know what is God’s will, we have wisdom. When we know how to do God’s will, we have knowledge. When we are doing God’s will, despite oppositions or temptations, we have strength. Wisdom, knowledge and strength comes from the Lord. So if we ask for those thing, God is faithful to grant it to...
One of the best ways to commit to God’s instruction is to study & meditate on scriptures in The Holy Bible. For today’s task, I want you to read chapter 119 of Psalms from The Holy Bible.
The Holy Bible is filled with guidelines that we should uphold them and Psalm 119 emphasizes the importance of following God’s instruction. Although the entire Bible is awesome, I just want you to focus on Psalm 119 for today.
Since Psalm 119 is the longest chapter in the bible, set aside 15-20 minutes to read. Use your lunch break, right before bed, or whatever time works for you to read Psalm 119…today!
Studying the scriptures tells us about God, what He wants for us and how He wants us to live. Meditating on them improves our emotional, mental and physical health. It helps us keep God’s promises which leads to blessing and avoid breaking God’s promises which leads to curse.
God’s gives us the freedom to choose to keep or break His covenant -the old...