Articles by Kimberly Miller
Everyone has expectations and most everyone is free about telling others about their expectations. In some instances this is very helpful, other times it can be quite harmful. Follow me through the Scriptures as we see it is only God’s expectations that are wrapped in His possibilities and assurance that really matter. Man will surely fail you and will often cause you to stumble and fall.
There are amazing things about God. In fact, everything about Him is amazing. However, it is this awesomeness and greatness that sometimes causes our minds and thoughts to propel us in a lofty direction. We often just think of the “Big,” really “Big” things about God and His wonders. This often causes us to miss His presence and awesomeness in the small things He continually does. I would like to take this time to share with you a small but amazing blessing that God gave to me.
"For of Him, and through Him, and to Him, are all things: to Whom be glory for ever. Amen.” Romans 11:36 This short and meaningful verse provides a wonderful picture of the sovereignty of God. All things in our lives come from God; how all things pass through His hands before they come to us; and how we are to live our lives solely for Him and His glory.
It’s pretty easy for us to walk through life acting the part of a faithful Christian. We show up at church every Sunday morning and evening, attend church on Wednesday nights, hang out with our Christian friends, share Christ with our friends who don’t know Him, and yet even with all that, we can act our way through each day. Yet God doesn’t call us to act a part or fake our faith. He calls us to true and genuine faith. He calls us to holiness. He calls us to a relationship with Him, not just to be a member of His club.
What a question! “Believest thou this?” There is no more important question in the world, for upon that question hangs the answer to life’s most important decisions. The most important decision you will ever make in your life is the decision to accept Jesus Christ as your Saviour, for with that acceptance comes life everlasting.