On this week’s call, we discussed the importance of operating in God’s love. Because Christ sacrificed His life for our redemption, we can find ways in our daily lives to become more sacrificial.
As we embark on this journey together, take a look at some of our focus points and footage from this year’s Promise Ceremony and Conference!
Bear each other’s burdens.
Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light. Helen Keller
My friend Renee inspired me so much throughout the process of the Promise Ceremony & Conference! She prayed for me, fasted with me, and encouraged me throughout it all! That’s real love.
Do not be afraid to tell God your needs.
I sought the LORD, and he answered me and delivered me from all my fears. Psalm 34:4
Those moments when I made my petitions known to God, He supplied! There were even detailed requests i.e. videographer for my event, promise ring, new job, etc. Even if what you are asking for seems to be out of this world, believe in faith, seek God, and He will provide an answer.
Sometimes what we think we need is not what we really need at all.
There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way to death. Proverbs 14:12
I thought that I needed a lot of supplies and fancy stuff to make the #PromiseCC event a hit! Boy, was I wrong. With those who blessed me, God exceeded my expectations.
Be intentional. When it comes to communicating with God we must be intentional about the time we spend with Him. For some of us, the best time to speak to Him may be in the wee hours of the morning. Others, midday and finally some in the evening. But regardless of the time of day, let us choose to be open to God about everything in our lives. After all, He has come that we may have life and that more abundantly.
Photos courtesy of Symone Wharton of IofTiger Fotography.