Proclaim His love in the morning, and His faithfulness at night. (Psalm 92:2)

Typography: Psalm 92:2

Do you wake up each morning with a sense of dread in your heart? Before the notifications and messages on your phone ushers you into yet another day of hustling and hurrying,
If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit. (Galatians 5:25)

Typography: Galatians 5:25

When our flesh is waging war within us, it helps to remember that we've been given the Holy Spirit as our counsellor, our helper, and our guide.
He who began a good work in you will bring it to completion. (Phil 1:6)

Typography: Phil 1:6

It's difficult to complete a work that someone else started, especially if we don't have the blueprint for what the person originally had in mind.
I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. (Galatians 2:20)

Typography: Galatians 2:20

Crucifying the flesh is more than just putting to death anything in us that isn't pleasing to the Lord. It's also about making room for Christ to live in us, and dwell in our hearts through faith.

Typography: Isaiah 43:18

Do you find it hard to let go of the hurts and bitterness you feel towards others, or the regrets you've been harbouring?
May you overflow with hope by the power of the Spirit. (Ref. Romans 15:13)

Typography: Romans 15:13

When was the last time you actually experienced joy that didn't have to do with your circumstances?
You will shine like stars in the sky as you hold firmly to the word of life. (Ref. Philippians 2:15-16)

Typography: Philippians 2:15-16

If you've ever gone stargazing, then think about how lovely it is that God likens us to just that—stars in the sky!
Fight the good fight. Finish the race. Keep the faith. (Ref. 2 Timothy 4:7)

Typography: 2 Timothy 4:7

When what we're doing at the moment seems pointless, it helps to remind ourselves what lies ahead. We may not get the reward we hope for now, but we have comfort knowing that God promises a greater, lasting reward for our faithfulness.
No purpose of God's can be thwarted. (Ref. Job 42:2)

Typography: Job 42:2

Even as we continue to ponder about God's specific purpose for us, let's not miss the purpose He's already made clear