Typography: Psalm 139:23-24

We clean up the outside of our lives hoping that no one will look into the “closet” where we have hidden our sins by rationalization and excuses and by blaming others for our own faults. The problem is that while looking good on the outside, we remain well aware of the mess on the inside. Pausing to give God the opportunity for a full and unconditional inspection and surrendering to the righteous ways of God that would keep us spiritually healthy. Only God knows the true condition of our heart, and only He can forgive, heal, and lead us to a cleansed life and productive future. Let’s invite Him to inspect and cleanse every corner of our lives.
Artwork by Naomi Prajogo Djuanda (@naomnaomi)

Typography: Philippians 2:13

The next time you feel that life is without meaning and purpose, be reminded that God is active in your life. He is fulfilling His purpose in your lives—that you will be “conformed to the likeness of His Son.”

Life is meaningful because we serve and revere a sovereign and purposeful God.

Artwork by Phoebe Raymundo (@pbinthesea)

Typography: Matthew 6:10

The kingdom of God is about God’s reign over all things, not just in heaven (Psalms 103:19). When we repent and submit to the lordship of Christ, we are already part of the kingdom of God.
Jesus says that all who believe in Him will go on to do greater work than He. Understanding that God is working in our world and in our lives right now means that we do not merely look forward to life after death. Instead, by God’s grace we can serve as salt and light in the world, trusting that He will use even the likes of us to build His Kingdom.

Taken from https://ymi.today/2018/03/im-saved-now-what/

Artwork by Phoebe Raymundo (@pbinthesea)

Typography: Lamentations 3:24

In your darkest hour when all hope seems lost, sing and make music in your heart to the Lord (Ephesians 5:19). Even a lament will remind you to put your hope in a faithful God who’s working everything together for your good (Romans 8:28).

Artwork by Phoebe Raymundo (@pbinthesea)