God sees us as Saints – who make mistakes.
Someone who is holding onto the life, death and resurrection of Jesus is a saint. God sees someone who believes in Him as a saint. Does God see you as a saint?

If you are a saint you will know that even saints sin. Saints make mistakes. This is true. But we are holy and blameless before God because of what He has done by living, dying and rising from the dead. This has nothing to do with us.

Read 1 Peter 1:2 here –

Even if I don’t feel like a saint, in Christ I stand justified, righteous, holy, blameless and pure.




Does Jesus live in your head?
Or does Jesus live in your heart?
Truth is: He lives in both!

Acts 17: 28 tells us: “in Him we live and move and have our being.”
Read it here:

That’s very cool!
It speaks of this intimacy between us and God. God is our identity. He is in our movement. In Him we know who we are and how He wants us to live.

Allow the love of God to lead your movement and guide you in the way you should live.
The more you get to know who HE is, the more you know who you are.



Have you ever noticed how quickly things change?
From our families, friends, residents, governments and even ourselves. Change is inevitable.

The ever changing world also affects what happens inside of us. How we see the world largely affects how we move around in it, but when we remember that God is still sovereign and is still in control, we can have peace even when we encounter uncomfortable change.

Read Matthew 5:13-16 (

Jesus said we are to be the salt and light of the world. Therefore, it is important to see the world the way God sees it, so we can see how He plans on using us in it.




God is big.
I am small.
And that’s okay!

Isaiah 55: 8-9 is a brilliant piece of scripture to read:

You know what?
It’s okay not to know everything. And not to know everything about God. God will always be bigger than all you think you know about Him. So quit worrying about that!

I live praying a simple prayer each day: “God, make me open to all that I experience today.”
In being open, God will show you things. He will show you how He sees the events in your life.