Adesewa E. Adeoye (Author)
The Novel, CHOSEN, speaks about how a young woman went the extra mile to take responsibility for an action which she could as well had refused. She had the choice of either looking death in the face on behalf of her people, or sticking her head in the ground and saving just her own skin.
Max Lucado (Author)
What image best describes your heart?
A water-drenched kid in front of an open fire hydrant?
Or a bristled, desert tumbleweed?
You're acquainted with physical thirst. Stop drinking and see what happens. Coherent thoughts vanish, skin grows clammy, and vital organs shut down. Deprive your body of necessary fluid, and it will tell you.
Deprive your sould of spiritual water, and it will tell you. Dehydrated hearts send desperate messages. Snarling tempers. Waves of worry. Growing guilt and fear. Hopelessness. Resentment. Loneliness. Insecurity.
But you don't have to live with a dehydrated heart. God invites you to tread your thirsty soul as you would treat your physical thirst. Just visit the WELL and drink deeply:
Recieve Christ's work on the cross, the energy of his Spirit, His lordship over your life, and his unending, unfailing love.
Come thirsty and drink the water of life.
Joyce Meyer (Author) Joyce Meyer stresses the importance of spending even just a few minutes every morning with God. Beginning each day this way is an opportunity to get off on the right foot and to set the tone for the day.