A.W. Tozer said, “What we think about God is the most important thing about us. We need to remember this in our day, a day in which there is a lot of sloppy and silly thinking about God. If we have a low or inaccurate view of God, our worship will be shallow and skewed and dissatisfying. However, if we have a high and accurate view of God, our worship will be meaningful and pure, satisfying and deep.”
Our Heavenly Father wants all His believers to be strong. He wants us to clothe ourselves with strength and dignity. We need to seek the right kind of strong.
We need to seek the right kind of strong.
The Bible tells us that it starts with believing in Jesus Christ as our personal Savior. If you have questions on this subject dig into the word of God, and/or check out my salvation link from Pastor Ben.
But whatever you do, do seek the answers to make a commitment to follow Christ today.
Ephesians 6:11-18 Tells us to put on God’s armor so that you may be able to stand firm. Put on the belt of truth. Put on the body armor of God’s righteousness. Put on the shoes of peace and the shield of faith. Put on salvation as your helmet and take up the sword of the spirit and do not fail to pray.
God has given us all we need to be strong in Him, yet do you wonder if there’s a formula for what it means to be a strong christian?
Do you at times feel weak and inadequate for the task before you?
Psalm 46:1-3 Tells us God is our refuge and strength.
Strong: Having power to move heavy objects; heavy task;
able to withstand great force or pressure
(Parts of this is taken from the book, “The Right kind of Strong.”)
Becoming a strong Christian doesn’t happen overnight it takes years of consistent habits, thousands of small, seemingly insignificant steps of obedience.
Godly habits are what will turn us into strong godly believers. Bible reading and prayer are vital disciplines for a healthy spiritual life.
Until next time, Pam