Better days are coming scriptures

Better Days adapted from a sermon by Steve Shepherd Psalms 34:12-16 How do you recognize when you’re going to have a bad day? You turn on the news to see a map showing emergency routes out of the city. The bird singing outside your window is a buzzard. Your income tax check bounces. You put both contact…

Kenya and I had full confidence that we wouldn’t be in the same position always. Financial times were rough. We were doing the best we could to get by and yet, we believed that better days were coming. We had faith that our dry season wouldn’t last forever. Last year, he and I went to that exact same furniture store.

Since the Scriptures provide us to all good works (2 Timothy 3:16,17), they give all the guidance we need. God's word is the best source of guidance for self-help and motivation for self-improvement. Let us study 12 specific, practical steps the Bible gives to show us how to change and improve our selves to become what God wants. As a 5th grader at Cornelia Elementary School in Edina, Minnesota, I always felt sorry for a fellow student named Gary. With his high squeaky voice, hyperactivity, social ineptness, and tall, skinny body, Gary was an easy target for grade school thugs. People teased Gary until he would—as we ...

NW & NOTES column: Clicking on the symbol will link to the online Bible encyclopedia Insight on the Scriptures (currently being added). It often shows syllable divisions and accented syllable(s), and has additional information about the word. Jun 29, 2014 · you're coming out - joel osteen by Anointed Messenger on Sunday, June 29, 2014 Leave a Comment "God wouldn’t let you get into it if He couldn’t get you out of it." Better Days Are Coming. Includes poetry and travel photographs, Bible puzzles, a Bible phonetic pronunciation chart, and a Bible and religious history chronology. Jun 11, 2003 · “A Change is Coming” 1st Samuel 2:12-17 ¨If I were to pick an opening statement for this message it would be the passage that we find in the book “A Tale of Two Cities” by Charles Dickens, where it says “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.”