A God Who Never Leaves us

Read: Joshua 1:5

There are times when we are afraid to face certain challenges ahead. Even as Christians, we tend to worry about the future. God is faithful and would give us the strength to go on. After the death of Moses, who was their leader in the wilderness for 40 years, God raised Joshua to lead the people to the Promised Land Canaan. God’s guidance and promise was with Joshua. He promised Joshua that He would never leave him nor forsake him. For every battle that the Israelites fought, God was with them. Joshua and his Israelite army defeated 31 kings to inherit the Promised Land.


A Glorious Beauty

Read: Acts 6:9-15

All of us have the habit of looking in a mirror. When you look in a mirror, what do you see? Do you see a lovely reflection? A beautiful face? Or do you see a plain or unattractive countenance? We want to give a very attractive look to others who see us. But what about the beauty of holiness? Are others blessed by the beauty of Christ that flows through us?


A “Truthful” Lie

Read: Proverbs 26:22-28

All lies are sinful, but some are more damaging than others. For example, it is much more harmful to say something untrue about a person than to claim that a fish you caught was very big when it was no more than 6 inches long. Maybe the worst kind of lie is the one that is intended to destroy the character of another. It can even take the form of “telling the truth,” but doing so in a way that suggests something false.