Here is a word for you from the Word – Psalm8:3-4

Psalm 8:3-4
When I consider your heavens, the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars, which you have set in place, what is man that you are mindful of him, the son of man, that you care for him? NIV

When we look around us at the vastness of the universe, and we consider the statistics and the figures that the astronomers give us about their millions of galaxies, about our world being just a little fragment, a little speck of dust in the totality of the universe, surely we can feel so small, so insignificant, so weak and helpless.
And yet these beautiful words that I read reveal that God doesn’t measure everything by size or by dimension, that there’s another scale of values with God. And that in that scale of values we, His human creatures, are extremely valuable. In fact, the Lord Jesus Himself told us that one human soul is worth more in God’s sight than the whole universe. Isn’t that a word of encouragement and comfort? We are not just a little speck somewhere in space.
In many ways we are the very objects of God special concern and care. He cares about us. He loves us. He knows our weakness and our frailty, but He does not despise us. He does not reject us. He has a special place in His universe for man, His creation, and you can find that place if you seek Him and you can know the comfort of His love.

Jesus Who?

Who is this Jesus? Why do I need a savior? How must I respond to Him?

If you’re like many people today, you’ve heard the name of Jesus. You may think of Him as a religious leader or perhaps as a really good man who lived 2,000 years ago. But have you ever wondered if He could possibly make a difference in your life today?

What God Wants

Did you know that God loves you and wants to have an ongoing relationship with you – one in which you both talk to and listen to Him? One in which you allow Him to be a part of your life decisions? He wants you to experience an abundant life [John 10:10], which He knows can be found only in Him. He wants you to be set free – free from your past, from guilt and shame, from bondage to sin, from addiction, from selfishness.

God’s Plan

God has a plan to accomplish all of that. That plan is Jesus Christ. Jesus is the spotless, sinless Son of God. He came to earth to “rescue” us from sin. You already know that wrong-doing has a penalty. Well, the penalty for our sin is death – eternal separation from God. But since God loves us so much, He Himself took ownership of that penalty. He sent His Son, Jesus, to earth to pay the penalty for our sins. Jesus was crucified by people who didn’t understand who He was or why He had come. Jesus willingly died on the cross in our place, fulfilling God’s plan to redeem mankind – even the very people who nailed Him to the cross! Though He was perfect and sinless, He took our sins upon Himself so that we might have a restored relationship with our Creator
[1 Peter 2:24].

But the story doesn’t end with Jesus’ sacrificial death. The Bible says that just three days after He was crucified on a hill outside Jerusalem, God raised Him back to life! Jesus is no longer in the grave – God raised Him from the dead just as He will raise us at the close of history. There is a day coming when time shall come to an end and all people will stand before God in judgment [Revelation 20:11-12].

You Choose

You can either accept Jesus’ substitutionary death on your behalf, or reject it. If you reject it, you will stand alone before God on the day of judgment and give an account of your life. You will fall short of God’s standards [Romans 3:23] and will have to pay the penalty yourself [Romans 6:23] by spending eternity in hell [Revelation 20:15], forever separated from God. But if you accept Jesus as your personal savior, God will accept His sacrificial death on your behalf. It’s not a choice you can make on that final day – it’s a choice you must make today – either to accept Jesus or reject Him.

God loves you and wants you to spend eternity in heaven with Him. Make the decision today to accept Jesus as your personal Lord and savior. Here’s how simple it is.


  1. Come to Him just as you are (don’t wait until you feel “good enough”)
  2. Admit your need (I am a sinner)
  3. Be willing to turn from your sins (repent)
  4. Believe in your heart and mind that Jesus is the Son of God, that He died on the cross for you and was raised back to life (accept Him as the only way to God)
  5. Talk to Jesus and invite Him to come into your heart and life and save you from your sins (receive Him as personal Savior)

Here’s what to pray:

“Dear Lord Jesus, I know that I am sinful and in need of Your forgiveness. I repent of my sinful lifestyle and I want to turn from it and follow You. I believe that You died to pay the penalty for my sins and that You rose from the grave. I invite You to come into my heart and become my Lord and Savior. I ask this in Your name. Amen.”

A New Creation

If you sincerely meant what you just prayed, you have received the forgiveness of God and been accepted into His family [Ephesians 1:15]! You are a new believer in Christ Jesus.


Adapted from Back to the Bible


You Never Have to Do It Alone

thornsNo matter who we are or what we have done; good or wrong, GOD IS OUR ROCK in times of trouble. It is all stated in his Word: The BIBLE.

Read  Psalms 23 and you will see what I mean.

This psalm tells us about the protection of God.  YOU NEVER HAVE TO DO IT ALONE!

God is our maker, our provider, our daddy, our rock and of course THE ONE who sustains us.

In Psalms 3:5 says: “I lie down and sleep, I wake up again, because the LORD sustains me”. David concludes by saying in verse 8: “I will lie down and sleep in peace, for you alone, O LORD make me dwell in safety”.

He is the one in whom we take our refuge: Psalm 5:11 “But let all who take refuge in you be glad” and Psalm 7:1 “O LORD my God, I take refuge in you; save me and deliver me from all who pursue me”.

When ever you feel down, like if the world is closing in on you and you have no where to turn. Think of God and remember that he is there with you, watching over you and you have nothing to fear because he is protecting you.

Here is a pray that you can also say to help you along the way: 

O God, early in the morning I cry to you.
Help me to pray
And to concentrate my thoughts on you:
I cannot do this alone.
In me there is darkness,
But with you there is light;
I am lonely, but you do not leave me;
I am feeble in heart, but with you there is help;
I am restless, but with you there is peace.
In me there is bitterness, but with you there is patience;
I do not understand your ways,
But you know the way for me…
Restore me to liberty,
And enable me to live now
That I may answer before you and before me.
Lord, whatever this day may bring,
Your name be praised.

– Dietrich Bonhoeffer