The Road through Calvary strengthens faith.

The Road through Calvary strengthens faith.

As Jesus was in the tomb it all seemed lost. People didn’t realize that the story wasn’t over.
Sometimes we won’t see, comprehend or understand what God is doing. We can be so overwhelmed by the situation we’re in and forget that God is still in control and that He hasn’t stepped away, even though it may seem like it.

Read Isaiah 26:3 (

Be encouraged that even in the silence and the stillness God is still at work.
As we continue to trust Him, He strengthens our faith and gives us peace.




Is your heart anxious?
Does life feel a bit chaotic at the moment?
Has fear taken a hold of you?

It seems like there is so much for us to worry about. But did you know that when we worry, it’s as if we’re saying to Jesus that we can’t trust or have faith in Him for the thing we’re worrying about.

Peace by Amanda Cook is about Jesus being our PEACE. When we place our fear, worry, anxiety at the feet of Jesus, we are promised His peace. Because He IS peace.

Read Philippians 4:6-7 (
What do you need to lay at the feet of Jesus?



When God called Moses from the burning bush in Exodus 3, and sent him back to Egypt to face Phaorah, Moses came up with every excuse he could think of as to why it was a bad idea. Eventually he asked God to just send someone else!

How often we resist God’s call, and God’s sending, because we do not think we are capable of doing what God asks. What does God say to Moses? He says, don’t be afraid, I will be with you. I will give you the words you need to say, and everything else you need. Don’t be afraid. Now go.

Read Proverbs 1:33 here:




Who is this child born in a manger?
Christmas is named after Him.
The whole world “stops” once a year because of Him.
Gifts are given because He was given.
Who is this child?

Listen to who this song says He is:

Jesus Christ, Prince of heaven, Prince of peace, the incarnate Word of God, hope of the world, is He.

As we approach Christmas, let’s celebrate Jesus. Thank Him and praise Him for who He is and for all He has done for us.

Read Isaiah 9:6 here –