The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid. Psalm 21:1
King David was thanking God for being the light of his life. Even though David made mistakes, he asked God to forgive him so that he would be able to move forward in life. But David’s enemies wanted to kill him.
Your enemy (Satan) likes to see you miserable and wishes you would die without knowing God as your Savor! We have to do what David did…trust in the Lord with all our hearts and lean not to our own understanding. God will make your enemies your footstool. Do you trust Him?
Thank you Father for being my LIGHT and SALVATION, whom shall I fear.
Immediately the father of the child cried out and said with tears, “Lord, I believe; help my unbelief.”
A mother was praying for her children as they strayed further and further away from God. One of her children started smoking marijuana, while her other son battled with his own internal issues. Out of desperation the mother finally cried out, Lord, help me because my faith is shaken and my heart is growing cold.
How often do we stray away from God because something is not changing as quickly as we want it too? Ask God to help you with your unbelief and patiently wait on Him to take “all” your doubts away.
Prayer: Dear Lord, help me to stay focused and remove any doubts.
In the name of Jesus,
If a person has a lack of knowledge, in reference to the word of God, they will ask some foolish questions. Well, in Luke 20:27-36, the Sadducees asked Jesus a ridiculous question, because they did not believe in the afterlife.
In life, we will encounter some people that do not believe in Heaven or Hell. But that does not negate the fact they both exist.
For more understanding read the book of Revelations.