Category Archives: Daily Scriptures

Eternal Life

Revelation 21:10-27

We long for that eternal day when all are holy, all are good, all are washed in Jesus’ blood. But guilty, unrenewed sinners cannot come there. There is no sickness in heaven. There is no death in heaven. They have never had a funeral in that land. They have never known what it means to ring the death toll or to have drum muffled. Never once has anyone died there. There is no death there, no sickness, no sorrow. Will you go there?

Are you getting ready for it? God’s Son became the Bread of Life, and as we eat of this Bread, we live forever.

Smith Wigglesworth


Revelation 12:11

When you received Jesus as your Savior and LORD, you became a marked person in the world of the spirit — covered with the seal of the covenant blood that blotted out the hand writing of the ordinances that was against you that was nailed to His cross. His sacrificial death and resurrection made the way for you to be eternally free from the effects of sin and death and the curse of the law (Colossians 2:14). Believe the hesed-agape Love that God has for you. It’s already been released in the blood of Jesus. Think about Jesus’ body and blood that enabled you to be a blood-covenant member of His family (2 Corinthians 6:18). 

Rejoice in His goodness and let His sacrifice settle for ever the question of His unconditional love for you. You’ll never again have to doubt His promises once you believe in His great love. Everything you could ever need and every promise you could ever face has been covered by the blood of Jesus. His exceeding great and precious promises have supplied it all.

God’s Words

God’s words are filled with His creative power. They are alive and powerful and sharper than any two-edge sword (Hebrews 4:12). 

They will stand forever. He and His Word are one (John 1:1). Not one jot or tittle, not the smallest particle of His WORD, will ever pass away, and all of creation is upheld and holds together by its power (Hebrews 1:3; Colossians 1:17). When the believer takes God’s powerful creative words into his heart, mixes them with faith (Hebrews 4:2), and speaks them with authority, the angels of THE LORD “obey the voice of His word” (Psalm 103:20) and go to work to bring it to pass: God and believers, His covenant partners, working together to bring His will into the earth as it is in heaven (Mark 16:20). 

We have been given His capacity to believe and to speak. 2 Corinthians 4:13 says, “We have the same spirit of faith. As it is written, ‘I believed, and therefore I have spoken.’ So we also believe and therefore speak.” We’re made in His image. We have the same capacity for the God kind of faith.


Faith and Patience

Nearly everywhere faith is mentioned in the Bible, you’ll also find patience. Faith and patience are power twins. Together they produce every time.

Patience is a working power. When faith has a tendency to waiver, patience comes to faith’s aid to make it stand. The power of patience is necessary to undergird faith. Hebrews 6:12 says, “That you may not be lazy, but imitators of those who through Faith and patience inherit the promises.” And James 1:2-4 says, “My brothers, count it all joy when you fall into divers temptations, knowing that the trying of your faith develops patience. But let patience have it’s work, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking nothing.”

Do We Really Love The Lord

John 14:23-27

“If a man love me, he will keep my words.”

Just this portion of scripture separates the doers from the not doers of God’s Word. Jesus makes it very clear that these are not His words but they are the words of our Father God. Doing God’s Word is what allows us to have the peace that Jesus gives.

Think about it and have a great day worshipping the Lord.

Be faithful!