Jesus Quotes

Friday, April 3, 2015

Shhh..Be still

Love this "Jesus Calling For Kids" devotional for the day.
It is true. The world wants you to run the race fast and demands you to win it. But you are not born to do this. You can join the race , have fun and still focus in Jesus.
Everyday try to spend a few minutes of your time reading something like this so it fills your heart and soul. And then you will grow more confident knowing that Jesus loves you so much.

It's Black Saturday, so just be still.
Enjoy His presence today.

Shhh . . . Be Still

He makes me to lie down in green pastures; He leads me beside the still waters.
—Psalm 23:2 (NKJV)

I come to you when you are still and quiet. It is then that you can hear Me speaking to your heart.

Don’t be discouraged if it is hard to find a quiet time and place. This world likes everything to be loud and fast. Try slipping out into the backyard and letting the sounds of My creation draw you to Me. Shut the door to your room, and close out the world for a while. Turn off the music, and tune in to Me.

My eyes are always on the lookout for a heart that is seeking Me. And that person is so very precious to Me. I know when you are trying to find Me, and My heart is blessed by your efforts.


Sunday, March 29, 2015

I will take care of you. - Jesus

I Will Take Care of You

The everlasting God is your place of safety.
His arms will hold you up forever.

—Deuteronomy 33:27 (ICB)

Trust Me with all your heart. When you get out of bed in the morning, trust Me. At school, trust Me. With your friends, trust Me. When you go to bed each night, trust Me. Trust Me at all times and in every situation. I will take care of you. I already have your life perfectly planned out.

When everything around you seems to be going wrong, and you are just tired of trying, whisper these four words: “I trust You, Jesus.” When you say this, you stop trying to fix everything yourself and you trust the plan I have for you. Let Me take care of you. Fall back into the safety of My powerful arms—I promise I’ll catch you.


Friday, March 27, 2015

Believe Jesus Like A Child

I stopped my saturday chores for awhile and read this.
I say, "WOW!!!"

You see, everyday we need Jesus.
We experience totally different things or circumstances each day. And I say, with this , it's just cool to feed our mind and soul truths from Jesus.

Jesus. Yes Jesus.

He is the only who is holding us. Our future. So don't worry. You are always in good hands with Him.

Sharing another awesome devotional from Sarah Young.

In here, Jesus tells us to have faith like a child. No buts and ifs. Just a faith that would always want to embrace Jesus and His promises because Jesus never lie !

Good day everyone :)
Guaranteed, you'd be blessed again.

Like a Little Child

I tell you the truth. You must accept the kingdom of God as a little child accepts things, or you will never enter it.
—Mark 10:15 (ICB)

Sometimes you hear people say, “I wish you would grow up!” But I have a different message for you: “Keep trusting Me— like a little child.”

Small children trust Me so easily. They hear the song “Jesus Loves Me,” and they believe every single word, without question. But as you grow up, the world tries to pull you away from trusting Me. It wants you to trust money, or stuff, or just doing whatever feels right to you. Don’t give in to the world.

I have so much that I want to give you. I poured out My Life on the cross so that I could give you forgiveness and a home in heaven. And all I ask is that you trust Me—like a little child.


Friday, March 13, 2015

Jesus Provides

No matter what your current financial status is, keep declaring
Jesus is your shepherd.
Jesus is your provider.
And expect a miracle.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

It’s Jesus’ Unmerited Favor That Transforms You by Joseph Prince

...the goodness of God leads you to repentance...
Romans 2:4

It’s Jesus’ Unmerited Favor That Transforms You

You are important to Jesus. Know with full assurance in your heart that He knows you perfectly, and yet accepts and loves you perfectly.

When you begin to understand that, you will realize that it is truly that unmerited favor, that favor from Jesus that you know you do not deserve, did not merit and cannot earn for yourself, that will perfect every imperfection and weakness in your life.

If you are facing challenges, such as lack in any area, addictions, fears, sicknesses or broken relationships, Jesus’ unmerited favor will protect, deliver, prosper, bring restoration to and provide for you. His unmerited favor will transform you and make you whole, and it is His goodness, not your striving and self-efforts, that will lead you to live victoriously for His glory.