Exercise faith by thanking God for what he will do.
Write a prayer thanking God for his ability to redeem.
Look beyond the temporal to the eternal.
Meditate on the beauty of God’s hand directing your life.
Invite God into your trials and triumphs.
Chin up and keep smiling; God is with you.
Embrace the name Christian.
Make a date with God, and be honest.
Be prosperous in God’s love
Let go of fear and hang on to God.
Recognize that God’s redemption conquers guilt.
Love enemies and evildoers without bitterness.
See things from God’s perspective and make broken relationships right.
Reconcile with others even if you must interrupt your worship for it.
Love others through the suffering, and rejoice.
Whether you are unsatisfied or overwhelmed, work for food that endures.
See others with the eyes of your heart and never stop giving thanks for them.
PS—This week’s Scriptures follow the Daily Bible Readings in Wesley Bible Lesson Commentary, Volume 7, page 66.
Say goodbye to fear by fixing your eyes on eternity with God.
Tell God you trust him to define your future.
Humbly cry out for God’s gracious blessing.
Generously speak blessing to others.
Tamar Eisenmann and her husband are Wesleyan pastors from Jackson, Michigan. She is a Wesley Seminary doctoral student and a fan of Transformers, her kids, and Jesus.
Refuel your hope by recalling God’s promises.