A Christian has no right being in a fight unless it's a spiritual fight
We can be tired, weary and emotionally distraught, but after spending time alone with God, we find that He injects into our bodies energy, power and strength.
As you walk through the valley of the unknown, you will find the footprints of Jesus both in front of you and beside you.
His voice leads us not into timid discipleship but into bold witness.
An unschooled man who knows how to meditate upon the Lord has learned far more than the man with the highest education who does not know how to meditate.
The best way in the world to deceive believers is to cloak a message in religious language and declare that it conveys some new insight from God.
Since God knows our future, our personalities, and our capacity to listen, He isn't ever going to say more to us than we can deal with at the moment.
God will never tell us to do something that gratifies the flesh.
We are either in the process of resisting God's truth or in the process of being shaped and molded by his truth.
He wants you all to Himself to put His loving, divine arms around you.
To have God speak to the heart is a majestic experience, an experience that people may miss if they monopolize the conversation and never pause to hear God's responses.
I'm convinced that the man who has learned to meditate upon the Lord will be able to run on his feet and walk in his spirit. Although he may be hurried by his vocation, that's not the issue. The issue is how fast his spirit is going. To slow it down takes a period of time.
If we rationalize our problems when He points them out, we will spend less and less time meditating because we won't want to face God in that area of our lives.
The amount of time we spend with Jesus - meditating on His Word and His majesty, seeking His face - establishes our fruitfulness in the kingdom.
Yieldedness is vital in listening to what He has to say.