• Give me Your eyes for just one second
    Give me Your eyes so I can see
    Everything that I keep missing
    Give me Your love for humanity
    Give me Your arms for the broken-hearted
    The ones that are far beyond my reach
    Give me Your heart for the ones forgotten
    Give me Your eyes so I can see ~Brandon Heath

  • God has provided His salvation that we might be, individually and personally, vibrant children of God, loving God with all our hearts and worshiping Him in the beauty of holiness ~A.W. Tozer

  • Even during the difficulties and trials we face, everyone who loves Jesus gets His full attention! Yet, sadly, often we fail to rest in that. We doubt that He is on the job, working out all details for our good ~N.H. Hoekes

  • “To be a Christian means to forgive the inexcusable, because God has forgiven the inexcusable in you.” ~C.S. Lewis

  • Hey Church, when we are going about the business of spreading the Gospel, we need to remember that Yahweh has never and will never empower us with the ability to change a human heart. We can never soften a man’s heart or harden their heart. Our job isn‘t to convert anybody: our job is to simply speak and demonstrate with our lives — and His power — the truth of the Gospel. Whenever I am asked to pray for healing, I will never beg and plead with my Father to heal the person. Jesus said, “All power and authority has been given to Me, you go in my stead . . . you lay hands on the sick—they‘ll recover . . .” He has already provided the healing, my task is to simply release God‘s Kingdom in whatever situation I stand before. If it is healing, I simply lay my hands on the person and thank my Father that He has already done the healing, and in the name of Jesus, healing come . . . that‘s it. No screaming, shouting, demanding, begging . . . the Scriptures simply say, lay hands on the sick — they‘ll recover! ~N.H. Hoekes

  • “Chase after a rhema word and you’ll probably never get it. Seek God in His Scripture, and He’ll give you a rhema word when you need it. Presence of God—you just wanna know him and the opportunity to get to please Him so you set Him before you . . .” ~R.T. Kendall

  • I’ve met many believers who still nurse the same grudges 30 years after the offense. Dear God! They keep their pain alive by reliving the offense over and over and over. As a result, they are stuck in a time warp, and no one wants to be around them because their sarcasm is so toxic. You must learn to say what Jesus said on the cross: “Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they do” (Luke 23:34) [BTW, Jesus also said, “if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins: (Matthew 6:15)] ~N.H. Hoekes