"God can be trusted."
"Jesus is our Advocate before God."
"The grave cannot hold the Almighty."
"We live under the umbrella of Godís goodness."
"God is truth, and He is always faithful (John 14:6; 1 Cor. 10:13)."
"Jesus set an example for us to follow: a life of loving, obedient service."
"God uses these hardships to conform us to His Sonís image (Rom. 8:29)."
"God kept every one of His promises and prophesies regarding the Messiah."
"Satan taunts believers by telling them they canít be like Jesus because He is God."
"Jesus conquered death and is now seated at the Fatherís right hand, interceding for believers."
"When a believer confesses wrongdoing, the Father forgives and cleanses His child (1 John 1:9)."
"It is not the trials in your life that develop or destroy you, but rather your response to those hardships."
"The process of perfecting our moral, spiritual, and physical selves begins here on earth and is finished in heaven."
"Both trials and triumphs are engineered to fulfill Godís great purpose: crafting a life that reflects His love and glory to the world."
"Knowing all the specifics of our heavenly home is impossible, but we can be sure that Jesus will fulfill His promise to come back for us."
"Our heavenly Father has a unique plan for every personís life, but He means for us all to share one goal: to be conformed into the image of Jesus Christ.'
"God is truth, and He is always faithful (John 14:6; 1 Cor. 10:13). Unlike sinful man, the Lord is trustworthyóand everything that He says will happen comes to pass."
"Temptation can be defined as an inducement to do evil. Three powerful forces work together to ruin a believerís character and witness: Satan, the world system, and our own lustful ďfleshĒ tendencies."
"The Saviorís work on the cross is finished. Jesus Christ made one perfect sacrificeóHis own life. In this single act, He atoned for every sinful deed, word, and thought (Heb. 9:11-12, 26). When we receive His salvation, it is ours forever."
"The Bible predicted that many people would reject the truth, and a glimpse at our culture shows that to be the case. Donít let yourself fall into the same trap. Meditate daily on Scripture, and ask God to speak to you. Life without His truth is destined for failure."
"Jesus conquered death and is now seated at the Fatherís right hand, interceding for believers. He knows your name, where you are, and what you need and desire. The comfort of the empty tomb is that our Savior is alive and watching over usójust as He said (Heb. 7:25; 12:2)."
"When friends abandoned him, Paul asked God not to count their actions against them. He followed the example of Jesus, who prayed for the Father to forgive His persecutors. Whatís your response when friends let you down? Forgiveness is the choice that pleases God every time."
"True wealth isnít measured by your bank account or automobile. Believers, as joint heirs with Christ (Rom. 8:17), have access to Godís riches, which include unspeakable joy, unconditional love, and peace beyond understanding. Invest in your spiritual life, and enjoy these blessings of grace."
"Jesus is our Advocate before God. Like the high priests of ancient Israel, He atones for our sins through sacrificeóHis death on the cross. We canít sin our way out of His grace. The minute we confess our wrongdoing, estrangement dissipates and assurance comes flooding back into our hearts."
"Our heavenly Father has a unique plan for every personís life, but He means for us all to share one goal: to be conformed into the image of Jesus Christ. The process of perfecting our moral, spiritual, and physical selves begins here on earth and is finished in heaven. Much of the work the Lord does in our earthly lives centers on our character. He shows us how to be as loving, kind, and peaceful as Jesus."
"God kept every one of His promises and prophesies regarding the Messiah. For example, Jesus died on the cross before the soldiers decided the break the legs of those being crucified (Ex. 12:46; Ps. 34:20). But they pierced His side with a spear to be certain of His death (Isa. 53:5). At what seemed to be the end, Christ was buried in a rich manís tomb (Isa. 53:9); however, He did not stay in the grave."
"Satan taunts believers by telling them they canít be like Jesus because He is God. But He was God cloaked in human flesh, which means that He experienced the world as we do. Yet He won every spiritual and life battle he faced. The secret to His success is what He did at Gethsemane. He secluded Himself and prayed until His will was fully surrendered to the Father. The battle was won on His knees."
Compiled by Thomas George