January 1 –
Vigilance is the price we must pay in the presence of worldliness. Like waves beating on the shore, the wicked influence of the godless will break you down and carry you away unless you stand firm on the eternal Rock.
January 2 –
To be opposed to the things of God is to be unfit for Heaven. If you are too wise to fellowship with the church or bored with conversations on the redeeming power of Calvary, an eternity in the presence of holiness and happiness with Jesus will be more than you can bear.
January 3 –
The Bible is an infallible guide, the rule of life, our counsel under all circumstances and even unto the end of our journey of life.
January 4 –
Weren’t the wise men surprised to find little interest in the Messiah within Israel? Aren’t we surprised to find little interest in Bible prophecy within the church?
January 5 –
God is testing are commitment to His grace against our loyalty to self. We are either searing our own conscience in rejecting Him through our works or we are sanctifying or walk by through faith.
January 6 –
Let’s not measure ourselves by others or even in comparison to our self, but rather look to the Savior Jesus Christ as our example and pattern.
January 7 –
We are to watch and pray as if this day is our last, but plan and work as if eternity is now.
January 8 –
Stand ready with the personal reason why you believe what you do and no man can honestly refute your own story.
January 9 –
Be careful to not unnecessarily offend in word or deed but what for questions to be asked. You are not compromising your biblical beliefs, you have wisely taken control of the conversation.
January 10 –
The prophets spoke of His coming in fire, a devouring fire, a refiner’s fire of judgment. His divine Presence will be manifested as the Earth is set ablaze in wrath and justice on behalf of His church.
January 11 –
Now is the time to watch and pray, but not just the culture about us, but deeds and thoughts within us. The books of heaven will not be blank but filled with evidence of our Savior’s transforming power in our lives.
January 12 –
Repentance is as necessary for the long-time follower of Christ as it is for the newly born-again believer. As the Spirit of God surfaces sin in our lives we should submit in repentance.
January 13 –
A lost life is one given to his own reasoning, one rejecting the grace of Christ upon Calvary’s cross, a life ensnared by vain philosophies of other lost men.
January 14 –
Let’s be more zealous about our place in the rapture of the church than we are about our place of service in the church this Sunday.
January 15 –
When Christ returns for His church he will find only those who are looking for His appearing.
January 16 –
Theft and murder is evidence that men have chosen to be demon possessed rather than Holy Spirit baptized.
January 17 –
We have a hell to shun and a heaven to gain. That’s not a decision made way back when, it’s a choice we are making now in voice, thought, and action.
January 18 –
Christ will come as a thief for those whose heart, mind, and soul is fixed on anything but Christ’s coming.
January 19 –
The religious leaders of Jesus’ day were looking for the Christ to bring them prosperity. Some still look toward Him for such, but all the riches of life are not ours from Christ but in Christ.
January 20 –
A revival of primitive godliness not seen since the days of the apostles will be seen again just before our Lord’s return.
January 21 –
Many sit in churches that give more attention to their entertainment value than to the teaching of Bible truth that warn men of the coming terrible day of the Lord. The Spirit of God is bidding them to leave and find refreshing where God’s Word is taught.
January 22 –
Satan would love to blot every follower of Christ from the face of the Earth. His influence upon godless men and nation’s increases as we near the return of Christ, but our safety is in the promises of God’s Word and prayer in God’s Name.
January 23 –
Many are Christians in name only and times of trouble will sift them out of Bible teaching churches toward the worldly ranks of those under the generalship of Satan.
January 24 –
A few men, here and there in history past, have always been found in high places to hold in check a tide of evil that would otherwise swallow up civilized society’s and the advancement of the gospel.
January 25 –
Satan has favorite parts of the Bible that he has no objection or reason to prevent from any pulpit. But when a man of God opens to the timely prophecies of Daniel and Revelation his anger is kindled.
January 26 –
It’s the quick and quickening succession of the signs of the times that is awakening hearts and minds to demand answers from professing Bible believing Christians.
January 27 –
Our Savior was not a rushed or hurried man during His time on Earth, but He demonstrated a sense of urgency in the hour of history that we ought to replicate.
January 28 –
While nation’s make void the law of God let’s not swerve or shake in our allegiance to Him and His Word. We have been sealed by His Spirit, we are held in His hand, and no one can remove us from Him without our permission.
January 29 –
Immorality abounds everywhere, but let those who will put away iniquity be a beacon of light in a dark world. Let all repent and find grace in Jesus Christ.
January 30 –
God is arousing His people to take a stand for truth. Heresy is separating those who claim Christianity like the wheat from the chaff.
January 31 –
Troubles, oppression, and sin have become the prominent headlines of our times so those who profess Christ can show the lost the only way to peace in the storms and hope for the future.