Don’t let a bad experience make you believe you have a bad life. Bad things may happen, but you serve a good God. He is working things together for your good.

We serve a God of abundance! He doesn’t want you to just have barely enough to meet your own needs; He wants you to be so blessed that you have more than enough to meet your needs and the needs of the people around you. You are blessed to be a blessing!

God isn’t interested in us being driven to work only. To God the most important thing is the condition of our hearts as we do what we do. When you are called upon to service in the house of God, you may make appearances, but what is the heart with which you come to serve?

If God searches the heart then working with him, we must first begin from our heart or innermost being.

Dear reader, examine your heart today! Are you serving in the ministry? Are you putting your heart and soul into it? God sees into your heart where no one else can. Allow your heart to concur with your good intentions.

You can’t out give God! When you serve Him with your time, talent, and resources, He’ll bless you more in return.

We serve the God of second chances! It doesn’t matter what happened yesterday, last week or 5 years ago, God is ready to give you a fresh start when you turn to Him!

We serve a God who makes all things new! Thank Him for what He will do in this coming year in your life! Rev 21:5, “He who was seated on the throne said, ‘I am making everything new!’”

We serve a positive God who spoke life and light into the dark and void when He created this world. He has given us the privilege to do the same—to speak into our situations, to begin to prophesy our future, to direct our life where it needs to go—so that we can obtain the blessings that He has for us.

You serve a supernatural God. Just because you don’t see a way doesn’t mean that there isn’t a way. God can bring a single opportunity across your path that will propel you to a whole new level. Expect to see those new doors open.

PRAYER: Spend 15 minutes praying to the Lord, consecrating your heart to the Lord and setting your heart right to him in serving him.

If you have an imperfect heart toward God’s job, pray and examine yourself, and ask the Holy Spirit to help you come forth. If you have a perfect heart, pray and beg the Lord to help you maintain it so that you can continue to serve him.

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