The Heavenly Father cares more about being close with us in the process of life and growth than about our performance. Instead of trying to be perfect, we should focus on our intimacy with God. For God, the process is what matters, not how successful we seem to be.
In this time, it’s important to meditate on the reality that God is our refuge. In our intimate relationship with Him, He will be our fortress. This is more than an idea, it is an experience to be had for those who trust the Father.
We don’t appreciate God’s omnipresence as much as we should. The fact is that God is available always, anywhere. No matter if we are having a good day or a bad day, we can talk to Him now. So what are you waiting for? Don’t waste time watching this video! Just go talk with God…
The good stuff this week is that God is a good Father. If we ask for bread, he will not give us a stone (Luke 11). Jesus allows us to relate to God as Father, and He will not give anything other than good gifts to His children.
In this episode of Monday Good Stuff, Jeremiah discusses 1 Thessalonians 5:18, which tells us to be thankful in all things. However, the reason we can be thankful in all things is because we know the character of God! Our thankfulness is not based on circumstances, but on knowing Him. In this way, we are…
Jesus promises a supernatural peace to His disciples as they face difficult circumstances. Perhaps our situations will not change, but the Father can help us relate to them differently with a God-given inner peace.
If you’d like to see the complete interview in video format, I’ve broken it up into smaller chunks on YouTube. Here’s a link to the playlist that has all the videos in it. Enjoy!
The Holy Spirit is the Advocate, the Comforter, and the Communicator. We often ask for the help of the Holy Spirit when we think we need it, but in this episode Jeremiah presents the idea that we should give the Holy Spirit a standing invitation in our lives.
What’s the good stuff today? You are a part of God’s family. This is one of the main messages of the Bible. In this episode, we discuss this quote from Heiser’s book What Does God Want? This is your ultimate destiny–becoming a permanent, legitimate member of God’s family. In the end, you belong in God’s…
What do we do when we have dreams unfulfilled? What do we do when we work on something that doesn’t seem to work out? I was asking these question a lot last week, and spent a lot of time talking to God about it. Here’s the answer I got back: try it again..