The thief’s purpose is to steal and kill and destroy. My purpose is to give them a rich and satisfying life. (John 10:10 NLT)
In contrast to the thief who takes life, Jesus gives life. The life he gives right now is abundantly rich and full. It is eternal, yet it begins immediately. Life in Christ is lived on a higher plane because of his overflowing forgiveness, love, and guidance. Have you taken Christ’s offer of life?
You know how God speaks to us, yes if you are a believer you will know? The Holy Spirit is an amazing thing.
Just like the scripture says the thief and the devil will steal, kill and destroy. God gives the opposite, he gives eternal life and peace. This is not meant literally. The devil will attack from all direction and trough every person and method possible.
I have a friend his daughter is behaving strangely. Her behavior is causing dissension in the house, especially between his wife and himself.
You see what I have learnt in the last while is, everything in life takes action. If we leave things as they are they will stay that way. So if my friend wants a different result, things would have to change. It’s easy to say we should change. It takes action and is not always easy. My advice would be for him and everybody else and myself.
All the answers are in the Bible. Firstly he is the head of the house, as the Bible says, so he has to take control and implement the change. Secondly I invited him and his family to Church, God will deliver the teachings to fix the challenge. Thirdly my suggestion is to accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior. Just like the scripture says you will then get a rich and satisfying life.
I have high regard for my friend Leadership Qualities, he is a true leader. All he needs to do is take those qualities and apply them at home. Most times in life the solution to our challenges are right in front of us.
The solutions to all challenges in life is the Bible, right in our hands, just have Faith.
“Lord I pray for all that have worldly struggles. Show them the solutions in Your Word. In Jesus name I pray. Amen”