God promises that all who belong to Christ will remain in Christ, never to be lost, forgotten, or forsaken.
God promises to completely meet our every need in proportion to the greatness of his riches in Jesus Christ.
God promises every believer an inner peace that's incomprehensible, unassailable, and independent from personal circumstances. He promises to calm his child, even if he doesn't calm the storm.
We do not have to be overwhelmed by the constant barrage of temptations that come our way. God promises to give us a way of escape, a way to persevere victoriously in and through all temptations.
God promises to answer the prayers of the righteous from the abundance of his goodness and grace.
God offers the hope of complete forgiveness to anyone who hears the word of Jesus and believes in him.
Every Christian has the living water of the Holy Spirit flowing within and is already a fruit tree growing amid the heart of life circumstances.
God's primary concern is obedience from the heart,not simply outward obedience.
Living a Cross-centered life that transforms you into the likeness of Christ is the result of daily repentance and faith that looks deeply at sin alongside the magnificent grace of Christ.
Because Christ now lives in me, I have everything I need to respond in new ways to what I face daily. I have a new identity and new potential.
Our hearts are always the cause of our responses and actions, so that our battle for change is always fought in the heart.
The biblical picture of the THORN bush captures how sinners tend to respond sinfully to the blessing and difficulties of life.
The Bible describes life this way: We live in a broken world as people who struggle daily.
God understands the full range of joys and sorrows that make up our lives.
Practical hope, comfort, and direction result from looking at our lives and our world from God's big picture respective.
God's work of personal transformation is intended to take place within the community of God's people
The hope of personal growth and change rests on our relationship with a person, Jesus Christ, who powerfully acts to change your heart and make it more and more like his.
Living with God's ultimate destination in view gives hope and perspective in our daily situations and relationships.
There are often gaps between what we say we believe and how we live. But if Christ fills these gaps there is hope for real and lasting change.
If we are to grow as a church we are to focus on the things that will help us keep our best days ahead of us.
The events in this final chapter of Acts serve as an illustration of how God promises to work all things for the good of those who love Him and are called according to His purposes.
Sometimes faithfully defending our hope in God calls us to simply share our story of how God transformed our lives.
Persecution isn't meaningless. It is sometimes what God uses to bring about his good and sovereign purposes in the lives of this people all over the world.
The Church of Jesus Christ can and should reasonably proclaim the saving truths of Jesus Christ regardless of how the world responds.
Godly courage comes to all who seek the Lord, his presence, and his plan for their life.