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A Weekly Devotional 7-6-19

 

“A Word” From Pastor Shane Johnson, July 6, 2019


“A Weekly Devotional”


“Freedom”


As we gathered this week for the annual Fourth of July celebration a Word was placed upon my heart. I found myself trying to just tune out from the voice of God and I was successful for a while. We began to celebrate with family and friends, laughing, playing and having a good time. It was a great day!


Then on the way home as I saw random firework explosions, I was taken back to the meaning of our celebration. As the fireworks exploded and flashed in the night sky, I wondered if that was the image that the colonist saw as they fought to gain liberty and freedom from the tyranny of an over imposing government. It must have been a difficult time for these men and women to fight for their freedoms. I believe that God looked down upon this Nation and gave them the victory they were fighting for.


That victory over the bondage of a tyrannical government has been forgotten or because of time has become less important to us. Many men and women died to give us the liberties and freedoms that many take for granted. The same God that looked down upon America and gave His grace to us for our independence is the same God that sent His only begotten Son to die on an old rugged cross so that all who accept will be set free.


Free from what you might be asking. Free from the bondage of sin. “I am good person, I am not bound by sin, I don’t do anything bad”. My friends, if this is your thought on your life, you are mistaken. Romans 3:23 says “For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God;”. All, that means everyone, no one is exempt from the oppression that sin has us bound to.


But I have good news, Jesus came and died and rose again to set all of us free. John 3:16 says “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” To many people are living under the bondage of sin and not enjoying the liberties and spiritual freedom that comes from having a relationship with Jesus.

Trust in Jesus today, be set free and begin living the life He intended for you to live.


John 14:6 “Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by Me.”


John 8:32 “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”


John 8:36 “If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.”


May God Bless You, Pastor Shane Johnson Pathway Fellowship Church 770 Hwy. 17 Business Surfside Beach, SC 

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A Weekly Devotional 6/24/19

  

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“A Weekly Devotional”


“How Big is Your Giant?”


Many of us face struggles daily and we get use to those daily struggles. They are so common that we tend to let them flow off our backs like water on a duck. We just deal with them and move on. But, what about those big struggles? You know, those trying times when it seems the entire world is against us. How do we handle those things when the arise in our lives? Many people shut down, try and hide from them, ignore them thinking they are going to disappear.


You my friend are not alone when it comes to problems and are truly not alone when it comes to “Giant” problems. Where do we go for help? Where do we go for answers? What is our best defense?

David was just a young boy when God chose him to be the next king of Israel. He was small in stature and not very intimidating to anyone. The Philistines wanted to destroy Israel and Gods people. There was a sect of Giants fighting alongside the Philistines. One by the name of Goliath challenged Israel. He proposed that they send their best, strongest, bravest warrior to face him one on one. No one was willing to face the giant, no one that is  except David. The young boy had confidence in his calling and confidence in His God. He knew that God would deliver him from this and any Giant that he faced. David stepped up and accepted Goliath’s challenge. David stepped out in faith and trusted God. David stood before the Giant and with a simple sling and stone he defeated Goliath.


How did this happen? By faith! By faith in God, anything can be accomplished! Facing Giants in your life? Turn to Jesus in faith and watch how He delivers you. What seems like a Giant in your life, is never too big for God to handle!


May God Bless You,

Pastor Shane Johnson

Pathway Fellowship Church

770 Hwy. 17 Business

Surfside Beach, SC

A Weekly Devotional 06/15/2019

  

“A Word”


“A Weekly Devotional”


“How Big is Your Giant?”


Many of us face struggles daily and we get use to those daily struggles. They are so common that we tend to let them flow off our backs like water on a duck. We just deal with them and move on. But, what about those big struggles? You know, those trying times when it seems the entire world is against us. How do we handle those things when the arise in our lives? Many people shut down, try and hide from them, ignore them thinking they are going to disappear.


You my friend are not alone when it comes to problems and are truly not alone when it comes to “Giant” problems. Where do we go for help? Where do we go for answers? What is our best defense?

David was just a young boy when God chose him to be the next king of Israel. He was small in stature and not very intimidating to anyone. The Philistines wanted to destroy Israel and Gods people. There was a sect of Giants fighting alongside the Philistines. One by the name of Goliath challenged Israel. He proposed that they send their best, strongest, bravest warrior to face him one on one. No one was willing to face the giant, no one that is  except David. The young boy had confidence in his calling and confidence in His God. He knew that God would deliver him from this and any Giant that he faced. David stepped up and accepted Goliath’s challenge. David stepped out in faith and trusted God. David stood before the Giant and with a simple sling and stone he defeated Goliath.


How did this happen? By faith! By faith in God, anything can be accomplished! Facing Giants in your life? Turn to Jesus in faith and watch how He delivers you. What seems like a Giant in your life, is never too big for God to handle!


May God Bless You,

Pastor Shane Johnson

Pathway Fellowship Church

770 Hwy. 17 Business

Surfside Beach, SC

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A Weekly Devotional 6/08/2019

 

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"A Weekly Devotional"


“Don’t be Defenseless”


“He that hath no rule over his own spirit is like a city
that is broken down, and without walls.” Proverbs 25:28


This was a verse I use to teach my oldest when he was a child. He had a short fuse. Someone that is quick to anger, and even more importantly, quick to act on that anger, is an easy target. I used this verse to try to teach him how important control of his anger was.


Recently, as I was pondering another person I love, I realized this verse doesn’t just pertain to anger. It’s everything. If you have no control over your anger, your emotions, your actions, your desires…. you are a target. You are opening the door wide open for the enemy and his plans. Like a city without a wall, you are defenseless.


I was thinking of this person who has a heart of gold. He loves fiercely and protectively and is consumed with caring for those he loves. Yet, he sometimes has trouble with commitments, with staying on the straight and narrow. How can someone with such amazing love struggle with such basic things such as being reliable, keeping his commitments. How can someone who professes salvation, and I believe it to be a true confession, still struggle with church commitment and staying on the straight and narrow. In short, how can someone with such good intentions still get it wrong so much of the time?


Because he has no rule over his own spirit. We’ve all known people like that. People that were amazing and gifted in so many ways, but still struggled with so many things. They lived too much in the flesh. They lacked self-discipline. They were a city without walls.


Recently, I let my emotions get the best of me. In that five minutes that I was acting ungodly and out of control, unnecessary anger was caused, feelings were hurt, and people were humiliated. That five minutes will not be an easy fix and it wasn’t worth the cost.


We are human. We will get in the flesh sometimes; we will “get in our feelings.” But we have to remember the cost of that. It makes us defenseless. It opens the door and invites the enemy in. This hurts us, those who love us, and our witness.


Pray daily to be what He wants you to be. Pray to have that self-control. Be wise and recognize areas that you are weak in and pray extra hard for those areas. For me, it’s my emotions. I’ve resolved to find verses to go along with the one at the beginning of this post to pray over my life and to stick in strategic places to help me remember. I have index cards with Bible verses on them all over my house. I need reminders and this is how I do it. You do what works for you. Just do something! Don’t be defenseless.


Ephesians 6:11-18 King James Version (KJV)
“Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. Stand therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, and having on the breastplate of righteousness; And your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace; Above all, taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked. And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God: Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints.”


Recognize that everything is spiritual warfare and whatever areas you lack in self-control in is part of the enemy’s strategy. Do what is necessary to overcome that. Realize that you have all you need to fight any battle you need to fight through prayer. Stand on the word and put on the armor of God.


Angela Cox
My Thoughts
A Christian Wife, Mother and Grandmother
NOTE: To read more from this blogger go to: https://rooted-in-the-word.com

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A Weekly Devotional 06/01/2019

  

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“A Weekly Devotional”


“Why Me Lord?”


I remember back before I was saved, I thought that Christians had it made. I thought that their lives were wonderful, perfect. I assumed that they didn’t experience the same trials, struggles, temptations, or disappointments that I was facing.


Then I was saved. I surrendered my life to Christ. I confessed my sins. I was forgiven and set free!  I just knew that from this point on my life was going to be different. I just knew all my troubles were over.


Boy oh Boy was I mistaken! The struggles, the trials, the temptations they didn’t disappear. In fact, now they seemed to be making a more common appearance. I didn’t understand why all of this was happening. I thought Jesus wanted me to live a better life. I struggled with understanding all of this and for some time I allowed the Evil one, (Satan) space to try and convince me that God didn’t love me, that He didn’t save me, and that He didn’t want me. I began to search out an answer in the scriptures as to why this was happening and to see if God had left an answer for me. I found my answer in the book of James.


(James 1:2-3) “My brethren, count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations; Knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience.”


James is telling us that we should be excited that we are going through the trials, these temptations, the tough times, because God is attempting to strengthen our faith. While these periods of testing may become difficult, while there may seem to be no end in sight, while we may not understand why this is happening - know this - God has you! God has this under control. These trying times will only last a season. Stay positive through these periods of testing. Keep your eyes on Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith!


May God Bless You,

Pastor Shane Johnson

Pathway Fellowship Church

770 Hwy. 17 Business

Surfside Beach, SC

A Weekly Devotional 05/25/2019

 

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"A Weekly Devotional"


What Does a Victorious Christian Life Look Like?


What does a victorious Christian life look like? Most of the people I know, including Christians, are struggling, exhausted, and often distracted just like everyone else. And we know we will have troubles in this life, so what should we have during these troubles that the world does not? Peace. And so often we don’t. Why not?


What a victorious Christian life is not? It is not worry free. JOHN 16:33 – “These things I have spoken unto you, that in Me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.” It is not having a lot of money. But rich or not, financial difficulties or not (and we all…even the wealthy… face them at times), the Saved have a Provider. PSALMS 37:25 –“ I have been young, and now am old; yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his seed begging bread.” And it is not success in any way that the world measures it. 1 JOHN 2:15 – “Love not the world, neither the things [that are] in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him.”


We all know Christians, though, that do have success by the world’s standards… successful careers, financial blessings. And we know Christians that have struggled with health issues, family issues. Why? I don’t know. I know in some cases, it’s just a case of natural (and Biblical) law of reaping what you sow. Working hard and being wise with your money will usually bring financial benefits. Not taking care of your body will usually bring about health problems. But we all know that this doesn’t apply to everything. Some hard workers never know success. Some people are born with health issues. Maybe we go through some of the things we do to bring about the relationship we need to have with God, maybe to keep us humble and reliant on Him, maybe to be able to comfort others. Again, I really don’t know, and this is something to work out individually in our relationship with Him.


What impresses you most in fellow Christians? We have all known people in our Christian walk that have really stood out to us, that we have admired, that we have looked up to. What are some of the qualities you notice in those people? For me it is humility, forgiveness, love for others. What do I notice about all of those qualities? Those are qualities not found in an abundance in people who make everything about them. We all struggle with our self-importance, our needs, our wants, our rights. But nothing, nothing is about us. It’s all about the One who Died for us.


We get caught up in our way… whether it’s not wanting to do a job God has called us to do, or disagreements with others because we need to be right. We can’t forgive others and we harbor that unforgiveness in our hearts in spite of what we’ve been forgiven of. And often the closer someone is to us, the harder it is to forgive. That spouse/family member/friend you can’t forgive? Remember this: EPHESIANS 6: 12 “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.” AND MARK 11: 25-26 “And when ye stand praying, forgive, if ye have ought against any: that your Father also which is in heaven may forgive you your trespasses. But if ye do not forgive, neither will your Father which is in heaven forgive your trespasses.”


Stop giving place to the devil and hindering your prayers and forgive. Don’t believe you are also capable of some pretty hard to forgive things? Ask God to show you.


So we’ve talked about what a Victorious Christian Life isn’t, and about the qualities of some Christians that we feel are living a Victorious Christian Life. What does a Victorious Christian Life look like to you? To me, its marked by blessings and peace. How do you receive blessings? First of all, don’t equate blessings with worldly or material standards. Second of all, LOOK for them. Stop taking all that God is giving you for granted.


But most importantly, do your part. What is your part? Obedience!! ISAIAH 1: 19 “If ye be willing and obedient, ye shall eat the good of the land:” To be obedient means to submit to someone else’s will besides your own. To have peace you must have faith, which is the recognition that there is someone bigger than you to handle what needs to be handled.


Everything points back to getting yourself out of the way and making it all about Him MATTHEW 6: 33 “But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and His righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.” Is this easy to do? Of course not. But I can tell you everything in my life that I screwed up came down to one simple thing: putting my will above His. And anything we put above Him, we are making our God. So just because you don’t formally worship another God, don’t think you are not breaking the first commandment. How can we do such a hard thing such as putting Him above our own desires? Day by day. And the closer we get to Him (by spending more time with Him), I think, the more our love will be for Him. And the more we love Him, the more we will serve Him.


Remember, you need to be the clay and let Him be the potter.


Angela Cox
My Thoughts
A Christian Wife, Mother and Grandmother

NOTE: To read more from this blogger go to: https://rooted-in-the-word.com

A Weekly Devotional 5/18/2019

 

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Who Am I?


In my observation of society today, there seems to be a major identity crisis. Many people struggle daily trying to figure out just who they are and what they are supposed to be doing. Amid this crisis, people find themselves searching in all the wrong places and finding all the wrong answers. Society has assumed certain expectations upon its people and quite frankly these expectations don’t match up with what the Creator, (God), says. 


In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth, He created the moon, stars and the sun. He then created man from the dust of the ground and molded him into His image. He then breathed the breath of life into the man He created. My friend if you struggle with finding yourself or society has put you down and made you feel inferior for who you are, know this - The God of all creation, the God who doesn’t make mistakes formed you, He created you, He breathed life into you. He has a purpose for you.


Keep your head up and be proud of who you are. For the Bible tells us that we were fearfully and wonderfully made! (Psalm 139:14)


Smile because God loves you!


May God Bless You,  

Pastor Shane Johnson  

Pastor of Pathway Fellowship  

770 Hwy. 17 Business Surfside Beach, SC

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A Weekly Devotional 05/11/19

  

“A Word”


A Weekly Devotional


How to handle doubt when you’re in a trial


It says in Hebrews Chapter 4 verse 15, For we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities; but was in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin.


Jesus is perfect and of course we are not without sin, but we are supposed to be Christ-like. When we are tempted during our trials, we should focus on Jesus to help us through. It says in John 16:33, “These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world”. Jesus has gone before us and has conquered the world. Who else to help us through our tribulations then Him.


Adrian Rodgers wrote, “When something bad happens to us, we may respond, “What did I do? I must have done something terrible.” Then we proceed down the trail of morbid introspection or what I call “navel gazing.” We look inside, taking ourselves apart piece by piece, examining and re-examining. Then we put ourselves back together trying to figure out what we did wrong. 


It may be you’ve done absolutely nothing wrong, but God is simply testing your faith. If we don’t understand this, we may get discouraged.”


1 Peter 1:7 says, That the trial of your faith, being much more precious than of gold that perisheth, though it be tried with fire, might be found unto praise and honour and glory at the appearing of Jesus Christ:


Jesus uses trials to shape and mold us in His image. Don’t let your doubts interfere with His work, because you could be missing a blessing. Be thankfully when we our in these valleys, because when we come out, we will be closer to Jesus then ever before. 

A Weekly Devotional 5/4/2019

  

STEP OUT AND TRUST HIM


A Weekly Devotional


Many of us have had experiences in life where we had to trust and believe that things were going to work out the way we had planned. 


In fact we experience this everyday.


How, you might say. If we drive a car, sit down in a chair, use an elevator, fly in a plane, we demonstrate faith in those things to operate and perform the way they were designed to. Not many of us examine a chair before we sit down in it, do we? We just plop right down assuming it will support the weight of our body. Why is it that we have no problem putting faith in these things, but when it comes to putting our faith in God we struggle? 

If this is you, you are not alone. 


In Matthew chapter 14:22-32, 

The disciples find themselves on a boat, in a storm, without Jesus. As the waves rise and the winds increase, fear sets in on the disciples. 


Then off in the distance they see an image walking on the water. The disciples question who this is, and the image claims to be Jesus. Peter says if it be thou you Lord, bid me to come out on the water.

Jesus allows this to happen and Peter steps out onto the water. His eyes fixed on Jesus and he proceeds towards Him. All around Peter the winds and waves become stronger and Peter shifts his focus from Jesus to the storm . Instantly Peter begins to sink and starts to drown. Jesus saves Peter and they go into the ship and immediately the winds and waves subsided. 


Do you feel like you are drowning?


Do you have trouble exercising faith when everything seems to be crashing around you?

Just like Peter, many of operate with a little bit of faith, I mean he did step out on the water. But as soon as it got rough, his faith was tested and Peter failed the test. 


Good news, Jesus didn’t let Peter drown! Jesus saved Peter and escorted him back to the ship!

My friend, when it seems like life is crashing all around you, when you feel like you can barley keep you head above water , there is only one answer to your problems and His name is Jesus!

Put your faith in God and He will see you through. 


 

May God Bless You, 

Pastor Shane Johnson 

Pastor of Pathway Fellowship 

770 Hwy. 17 Business

Surfside Beach, SC


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A Weekly Devotional 4/26/2019

                         

A Weekly Devotional


Blessings and Cursings 


I John 2:6 “He that saith he abideth in Him ought himself also so to walk, even as He walked.”

We are meant to be Christ like. To walk as He walked. This includes how we speak and what we say. A good thing to follow can be found in James 3:10 “ Out of the same mouth proceedeth blessing and cursing. My brethren, these things ought not so to be.” They ought not to be so. We have a responsibility given to us by Jesus Christ, to share the truth. Our tongues can be a hindrance. How can we share what Jesus has done for us if the next words out of our mouth are curses, gossip, or any words not showing love for our brothers. 


How are we supposed to be a witness for Christ when we don’t set ourselves to a different standard then the world. The lost are looking for something to fill their lives, they need to see a difference in us as Christians. They need to see what Jesus has done for us, in our lives. 


II Corinthians 7:9-10 “Now I rejoice, not that ye were made sorry, but that ye sorrowed to repentance: for ye were made sorry after a godly manner, that ye might receive damage by us in nothing. For godly sorrow worketh repentance to salvation not to be repented of: but the sorrow of the world worketh death.”


We will feel conviction for the things we say, a Godly sorrow or grief. This is His way of showing us we are not walking in a Christ like manner. If you are not feeling this conviction, pray! Pray begging for His mighty presence in your life. When we were saved, we felt this same conviction. God is always listening, pray!


If you have not been saved by God’s abounding grace search for Him. Jesus said that He is the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father, but through Him. (John 14:6). God’s will is for everyone to be saved, but that is your choice. For eternal life follow Him. Romans 10:9 says, “That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised Him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.”


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A Weekly Devotional 4/20/2019

  

I’M A GOOD PERSON, AND THAT IS ENOUGH


Most of the population consider themselves to be good people. In many of my conversations with people about their relationship with Jesus, the most popular response I receive is “I am a good person”.

 

This statement however true it may seem to the person making that claim is not so accurate. 

Satan is a master of deception and he will say and do anything to trick us into believing that we are good enough on our own. The Bible states in Romans 3:10, “There is none righteous, no, not one.”

From the beginning of time it has been a ploy of Satan to lead people away from establishing or maintaining a relationship with Jesus. In the 3rd chapter of Genesis the serpent, Satan, used his tricky strategy to cause Adam and Eve to abandon their relationship with God. He found Eve gazing at the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Eve was attracted to the good side and seeing how good it was she assumed that because it appeared good it would be ok to take a fruit from it and eat it. The problem with this is that it was the one commandment that God issued to them. “But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it: for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die.” (Genesis 3:17 KJV) Eve had submitted to the deception of Satan and the lure of the goodness of the tree, this causing sin and death to enter into the world.


We can learn a lot from Eve’s fall. What she considered was good, in all actuality was damaging to all mankind. 


When we suppose that the things we do or are drawn to are good, we must question ourselves and ask if these things are pleasing to God. God is and should be our moral compass and the things we do no matter how good they may seem must line up with the Word of God.


I challenge you today to examine your lives and ask yourselves the question, “Is this good or is it of God?”.


May God Bless You, 

Pastor Shane Johnson 

Pastor of Pathway Fellowship 

770 Hwy. 17 Business

Surfside Beach, SC

A Weekly Devotional 4/13/19

 Anxiety, Worry and Fear


Worry and anxiety happen in our lives daily, and the stress that comes from this can take a physical toll on us. Worry, anxiety and stress all weigh us down and can make us miss what God is doing in our lives. 


Philippians 4:6 says, 6 Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.


Paul encourages us to be careful about nothing, or to not worry, but instead to pray with honesty and humbleness, and to do so with thanks. We should humble ourselves before God, pray and be thankful, because we know that He is in control. 


None of us are perfect. Look at the disciples in Mathew 8:23-27, 23 And when he was entered into a ship, his disciples followed him. 24 And, behold, there arose a great tempest in the sea, insomuch that the ship was covered with the waves: but He was asleep. 25 And his disciples came to Him, and awoke Him, saying, Lord, save us: we perish. 26 And He saith unto them, Why are ye fearful, O ye of little faith? Then He arose, and rebuked the winds and the sea; and there was a great calm. 27 But the men marveled, saying, What manner of man is this, that even the winds and the sea obey him!


They were anxious and full of fear. Like we all are daily. The difference is they turned to Jesus. When we put our eyes on Him, he rebukes our storms. He calms our fears and our anxieties. 

Philippians 4:13, 13 I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me. 


Turn your eyes to Jesus, pray humbly and be thankful, because you know you are in His hands. Let him take control of your life and let go of your fears. 

A weekly devotional 4/6/19

  

Greetings and God bless to all of you!


It is an honor and privilege to be writing this devotional. It is my goal to help someone, by sharing the good news of Jesus and His life changing abilities.


“FEELING STRESSED”


We live in a world today that is fast paced! If you are anything like me, it seems that there are not enough hours in the day. We tend to get pulled this way and that way. We often over commit ourselves. Then the stress of not being able to be everywhere we need to be or to be everything that everyone expects us to be begins to take its toll on our lives. 


My friends you are not alone. The majority of the people around you are experiencing the same stresses you are. There is a simple solution to these self-induced stresses. The Bible tells us in Psalm 46:10 to “Be still and know that I am God”.


God never intended for us to be defeated. His plan for us is to be victorious. The stresses of this everyday life cause us to live below our intended design, thus causing us to feel defeated. This feeling of defeat reduces our ability to experience all the joys that this life has to offer.

 

To experience life to the fullest requires but one thing from us. That one thing is to establish a relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Having a personal relationship with Jesus will transform your life. God cares about you, in fact God loves you. He loves you so much that He sent His Son to die for you. Through His death and resurrection, a new life can be established. By having simple faith in Him and believing in Him your life can be transformed. Romans 8:38 says “and all things work together for the good of them that love God and are called according to His purpose”


I challenge you this day to take a little time to get to know God and establish a relationship with Him .  It is my prayer that this will be an encouragement to any and all that may read this. 


May God Bless You, 

Pastor Shane Johnson 

Pastor of Pathway Fellowship 

770 Hwy. 17 Business

Surfside Beach, Sc. 

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