Word Today is Audio Devotional (Audiotional) serving as a reminder that we are spiritual being in need of spiritual food through the guidance of scripture.
Our mission is to provide a quick, daily "Audiotional" specifically to women and new believers, who like us, find keeping the Word of God on our lips to be inspirational in doing everything written in it for our prosperous and successful lives. We do this through our Morning 15 minutes Audio Devotional email. One substance of truth is enough to set us free.
When you ask any born again Christian, “when did you get born again?” The answers can sound like, o I was born again in the hotel room listening to Bill Graham or I was born again when I respond to an altar call at church in July last year. But when were you born again? This episode will shed some light on the truth about our salvation. My prayer is it will inspire you to examine how you live your life as a new creation. Is your life reflecting what God has done for you? Let’s dive!
This is my and your responsibility. He is not speaking to a third person. But how do we not let our heart be troubled in the face of crisis around us everywhere? I believe in this part one of the two episodes, we will answer how to not let your heart be troubled for good and we will finish a thought in the second episode next week. Enjoy!
Christians are commanded to be courageous. Courage is not only a command but also an exhortation. Courage is a virtue like faith or joy or humility. It is important in a Christian life if we are to be an army or ambassadors from heaven. When I hear a person identity him/herself as a Catholic, I never see any pushback from that but the moment you say you are Christian—watch the hell break. We need courage because that’s the only way we will be able to live victorious as Christian in this world. So it’s a length subject but in this episode I’ll give you a taste, an appetizer. Let’s encourage each other.
The Creator of the heavens and the earth and everything in it appeared as a man, Selah. The Bible tells us, He humbled Himself and became obedient. Why? How are we to respond to this? Let this episode shine the light in your hearts and allow the truth to set you free today.
Little children have a great faith. Little children don’t know how to doubt until they are taught. We teach children to not trust strangers not because we want to take away their great faith rather, we do that as a means of protecting them from this fallen and perverse generation. Jesus is painting a picture here for the proud and the doubtful adults so that they get this spiritual lesson in hope they get converted. Who doesn’t have a soft spot for little children? With that in mind....let’s listen!
Love is not just empty words, love is action. John 3:16 reminds us how God demonstrated His love for us. Since God is our Father we also ought to love by action not just talking. In this segment, we gonna see this verse from a seed perspective. Come on, let us refresh each other.
Saul’s kingdom in trouble only two years of his reign. He disobeyed God’s command therefore God rejected him as a king. In this episode we meet his son Jonathan who was the main reason I recorded this episode. I knew Jonathan in the shadow of David but he was a fine young man on his own right. And we are going to see why in this podcast. Overall, the lesson we get here is God’s commandment last will always be above anyone’s commandments. Those who trust Him will always be rewarded. That was the case with Jonathan also.
A bread is one of the most basic thing we need to live and survive. It is readily available for each individual walking on the planet. Like oxygen and air and sun, God knows we need a bread daily. So why many people go to bed hungry not knowing where their next meal will come from? You don’t have to be spiritual to know the answer. This is common sense. Let’s take a look at this verse from another angle. Amen?
In this episode, we are dicing James 5:16 to get more meat out of it. In today’s grace age, sin confessions are far away from believer’s lips. We don’t hear it from a pulpit anymore as a result people are comfortable sinning yet claiming they love Jesus. Apostle James didn’t write this to the people living under the law, he wrote to us, those who are under grace. Are defeated lives among Christians connected to this Uber grace and less responsibility? We are going to look at this today. Let’s go....
Comfort, mercies, goodness, peace, joy, grace, love and among others are all perfect gifts from God. Genuine comfort is not self-generated. You can’t work or force yourself to comfort someone. You can’t practice or premeditate it. It is a gift that comes at the moment you need it and the source of it is God. In today’s verse we will look how this all goes down on the children of God, Who is the Father of mercy and God of all comforts.
This was the first book I ever memorized in the scriptures. And it came about the time I was at the low of the lowest moment of my life. I was so low that I didn’t have anywhere else to go but up. So I am taking that experience and bringing it into real time to remind you and me that the word of God is always fruitful. Anything we do into the Lord is never in vain. Enjoy the show.
Do not be moved by what you see. Eve did as a results she brought sin into the world. Lot did, we found out he picked Sodom, the most wicked place in the world that God had no choice but to destroy it with fire. Even though we are in the flesh the weapons of our warfares are not carnal. My prayer for you today is that you choose the word of God to move you and nothing else. Amen?
I am one of the “any” and I believe you too may agree that you need wisdom on ongoing basis. In this episode we’re breaking in parts James 1:5 so that we can hear the Lord’s message with our spiritual ears. I pray this message will refresh you like it did to me. Sometimes all we need is to ASK. Let’s do just that 👉🏼 now.