Rios de Vida (Rivers of Life) July 2017

Bi-lingual Evangelical Church in Fuente Alamo.
How do you see yourself?


Do you see yourself as happy, fulfilled, and successful?
Do you look back on a life full of sadness, regret and under achievement?

What I'm about to say may be hard to believe for those who don't have a belief in God, but your circumstances don't have to totally control whether or not you're content. You can experience a wonderful sense of peace and joy by inviting The Lord into your life and asking Him to reveal all the wonderful things He has planned for you.

Instead of spending time in self-examination and nit-picking criticism, try seeing yourself as God sees you.
God has designed you for success.
He loves you and He wants the best for you.
Don't limit God and what He can do in your life by dwelling in the past.
He has so much to offer you.
He wants you to succeed.

The world's way to success may be far removed from what God has in mind. Are you prepared to give God a try, to humble yourself, submit to His will and follow His plan for your life? That's a tough call.

Is it the fear of change that's stopping you? Most of us are resistant to change.
Is it the image that you have of yourself that's preventing you from inviting God into your life?

Why not stop the small thinking? The image that you have of yourself maybe what's limiting what He can do for you and through you. You may have a million and one reasons not to want to change, but not one of those reasons is enough to control our lives. It's the way we think in our hearts that controls the direction we will take. Sometimes it just seems easier to resist change and snuggle down in your comfortable little world, but if you don't stir yourself up you'll just settle on the bottom.

I'm encouraging you not to limit what God wants to do in your life.
I'm encouraging you to strive towards something bigger and better and it takes real effort to change, but you'll never be a success without it.

Give God a try.

Our Sunday morning services start at 11.30am at Calle Espinar 13, Fuente Alamo.

For more information telephone Rachel (English) on 618 963 976 or Pastors Ginés and Toñi (Spanish) on 629 283 080