Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Year of the Bible
God is calling us to rise up as Christians and make a difference in this world.
Am I seeking God as my only hope and refuge in this fateful hour?
This storm seemed relentless, and the waves were coming so fast. How will we ever survive? I thought. But then an overwhelming peace came over me.
Daniel’s example continues to influence the dietary improvements I make for better health, wisdom and discernment.
If He cares for the birds and the flowers, how much more does He care for you and me, who have far greater value?
First Peter 5:7 is a great reminder to keep our faith in God because He is in control of the future and will take care of us.
This is our assurance that no tribulation, trial, burden, temptation or power we experience on earth can separate us from the everlasting love of God.
In the process of waiting, I have realized that, without faith, it is impossible to wait patiently for the Lord, especially when it seems He is tied up with someone else’s emergency.
In a small, two-room Seventh-day Adventist school, I learned these verses and immediately claimed them as my own.
As I look back, I’m certain it was this pivotal time in my life when I sensed God calling me to the gospel ministry. I committed this verse to memory, and, as I repeated it to myself, it gave me the peace of mind I sought.