Thank you Father for another day. The question of the day is; are you filled with the fullness of God? Only you and God can answer that question for certain.

Today’s Prayer

Father, I’ve heard the saying, “You are the only Bible that some people will ever read; the only sermon some people will ever hear; the only ‘Jesus’ that some people will ever see.” I understand what this means is that our lives as a Christian should be a clear picture and example of Your love and a light in the dark because many people will never step through the doors of a church or listen to an evangelist or attend Christian events to hear the gospel. Please help us to reflect Christ in our lives and to be a godly witness to other people. Help us to be more like Jesus every day and draw nearer to You. We cannot live an exemplary Christian life without the power of the Holy Ghost strengthening us and guiding our consciences every day. So right now, we submit to that strength and power. Thank you, God, for hearing us. In Jesus’ name we pray, Amen.

Let’s eat.

What We Glory In


In the Cross


Galatians 6:14  

As for me, God forbid that I should boast about anything except the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ. Because of that cross my interest in all the attractive things of the world was killed long ago, and the world’s interest in me is also long dead.


In the Lord


2 Corinthians 10:13  

But we will not boast of authority we do not have. Our goal is to measure up to God’s plan for us, and this plan includes our working there with you.


In Tribulations


Romans 5:7  

Even if we were good, we really wouldn’t expect anyone to die for us, though, of course, that might be barely possible.


In Infirmities


2 Corinthians 12:9  

Each time he said, “No. But I am with you; that is all you need. My power shows up best in weak people.” Now I am glad to boast about how weak I am; I am glad to be a living demonstration of Christ’s power, instead of showing off my own power and abilities.

Quote of the Day

Many people don’t think they are loved, or held safe, and so when suffering comes they see it as an affirmation of their worthlessness. The great question of ministry and the spiritual life is to learn to live our brokenness under the blessing and not the curse. ~Henri J. M. Nouwen~






Written by Glenn Sterrett, Founder and CEO of the GCKRS™ Helping Hand Foundation.

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