Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Christian Postman Jul 11
Your name is a strong tower
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 9
Second Peter 3:8-9 reads, “With the Lord one day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like one day.” It also says that “the Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. Instead he is patient with you” (2 Peter 3:9, NIV).
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 11
SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES #7. REST Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest (Matthew 11:28). Today, the spiritual discipline of rest requires more discipline than ever.
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 9
Heart Repair We are often told not to judge—I even may have said to others, “Only Jesus can judge.” I have come to a new understanding, based upon God’s Word, that He expects us to judge.
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 14
Replying to @billysigudla
nor any other created thing, shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord. (Romans 8:38-39)
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 11
I believe 12 primary spiritual activities were practiced by Jesus and prescribed for all believers in the Bible: 1 study,2 prayer,3 fasting,4 confession,5 worship,6 fellowship,7 rest,8 celebration,9 service,10 generosity,11 chastity and 12 disciple-making.
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 11
#1. All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction and for training in righteousness (2 Timothy 3:16) Of all the disciplines, none may be more important than the study of God’s Word.
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 14
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 15
So many people are suffering and poor because of . “” and allow the Spirit of God, to prosper you. JESUS IS LORD!
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 15
Replying to @billysigudla
Remember that delay does not mean denial. However if there is a delay we must keep our expectation alive!
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 10
Replying to @billysigudla
Lord, forgive me for being selfish, in seeking what satisfies me rather than thinking about how I can serve others. Help me to see the needs of others, and inspire me to take action and be a blessing to them. Amen.
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 8
. walk with confidence because of what Christ did on the cross
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 11
Replying to @billysigudla
God gives every believer different gifts for the purpose of serving one another (1 Pet 4:10).
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 11
Replying to @billysigudla
The Bible warns against overworking and not sleeping because sleep is a gift from God (Ps 127:2). He created us to need rest. Plus, the act of sleeping requires trust that God will protect us while we are unconscious (Psalm 4:8).
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 11
Replying to @billysigudla
#4 Confession can be either private (between you and God), personal (between you and a trusted believer), or public (between you and everyone). But while we are more open to private confession, many are terrified at the thought of personal or public confession.
Reply Retweet Like
Vicarjohn Jul 15
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 11
Replying to @billysigudla
#5 But we are also right to follow the example of the disciples who, upon seeing the resurrected Jesus, “worshiped him” (Matt 28:17). In his humanity, Jesus is our example of how to worship. In his divinity, he is the object of our worship (Phil 2:6).
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 11
Replying to @billysigudla
#2 Jesus also modeled prayer for us in his actions. He frequently sought to get away from the crowds to pray in solitude and silence (Matt 14:23; Luke 5:16, 6:12, Mark 1:35).
Reply Retweet Like
Billy Sigudla Jul 11
Replying to @billysigudla
SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES #4. CONFESSION Whoever conceals his transgressions will not prosper, but he who confesses and forsakes them will obtain mercy (Proverbs 28:13). Confession is an admission of sin followed by repentance.
Reply Retweet Like
Lucy le Roux Jul 12
This week on my blog I have done something a bit different, I look at an Old Testament passage and look at how Jesus can be seen in it. More info here:
Reply Retweet Like