Heck Yeah Jesus Saves



One thing I ask of the Lord:
and this is what I seek,
that I may dwell in the
house of the Lord
all the days of my life,
and to gaze upon
the beauty of the Lord and
to seek Him in His temple. Psalm 27:4

Dear brothers and sisters,
I pray that this blog can help bring you closer to God and help you to love Him more. Please know that I am growing with you as well. I love Jesus so much and together we are following Him. Please let me know if there is ever any questions that you have or prayer requests that you need praying for. I am always open to prayer requests, questions, comments, or just a conversation. God wants us to all grow together in Him. But ultimately, don’t look to Tumblr for the answers, look to the Bible, look to God. I love you and I'm praying for you.

I thank my God every time I remember you.
- Philippians 1:3
May all the glory go to God.

-your sister through Christ


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Asker Anonymous Asks:
hey I have this spelling bee competition coming up & I'm really nervous & I have so much pressure on me to win. do you have any advice or prayers to calm me down ? oh & pray for me ? I loveee your blog !
heckyeahjesussaves heckyeahjesussaves Said:

That’s so cool! I’ve always wanted to be a spelling bee competition. I pray that you will do well!

Here’s a few Bible verses on Confidence:

2 Kings 18:5-6; Psalm 46:1-5. Confidence comes from God

Acts 5:19-29. Confidence in witnessing

1 Corinthians 2:4-7. Confidence in speaking

Titus 1:1. Confidence in life’s purpose

Here’s a few Bible verses on our attitudes:

Exodus 14:11-14. Gaining a positive attitude

Numbers 13:25-14:4. Be optimistic

John 3:1-21. Be willing to learn

Wisdom:

Deuteronomy 34:9. Joshua gained wisdom

Psalm 119:96-104. Read your Bible and gain wisdom

Proverbs 2:1-22. Wisdom is available to you

Proverbs 2:9-10. Choices

Worry:

Matt. 8:23-27. Let Christ calm the storm in your life

Matt. 10:19-20. Turn to the Holy Spirit when you’re worried

Matt. 10:29-31. Jesus will take care of you, don’t worry

Philippians 4:6-18. No worries

Philippians 4:6-18. How to have peace instead of worry

Success:

Proverbs 10:7. Be full of goodness

Proverbs 17:27-28. Speak less, listen more

Proverbs 19:8. Love wisdom

Proverbs 28:13. Admit your mistakes

Proverbs 22:4. Be humble and respect God

Mark 8. Success

Praying for you! Love you and hope you do well!

-your sister through Christ, yijia

Asker Anonymous Asks:
How do I stop caring what people think/say about me?
heckyeahjesussaves heckyeahjesussaves Said:

That’s really a great question! It’s so easy to get caught up in what others think of us because we want to feel like we are accepted by them. We want to feel like we belong and have peace in our heart knowing that we are good enough to be loved by others. But if we keep the mindset that God loves us, I think we will be able to let go of what others think. We will then focus on what God thinks.

If we follow God, we will naturally love others. In doing so, the light of Jesus will shine through us. We don’t have to prove that we are good enough for others to like us, instead people will know that we are Jesus’ followers. Not only does this help us to live for Jesus with confidence, but this also encourages shy Christians around us to take a stand for God.

But God also tells us that their is no confidence in the flesh. (Philippians 3) Therefore, even though we don’t worry about what others think or say about us, we cannot be prideful. We only boast in Jesus Christ, His death and resurrection!

Praying for you.

-sister through Christ, yijia :)

Asker Anonymous Asks:
I need help. My ex is constantly bothering me. I know he wants to get back with me, but it's completely over. He's really starting to irritate me. We both go to the same church as well, and he find ways to approach me after service. It's gotten to the point that I would leave right after service to avoid him. Doing so, I can feel my fellowship life is taking a toll...
heckyeahjesussaves heckyeahjesussaves Said:

Life is tough, but God is good.

First, pray about it to the Lord. Lift this situation up to Him.

Don’t ignore or try to avoid your ex. If he is really bothering you in appropriate ways, let him know that you need some space from him. Say it kindly though and let him know that you genuinely mean it.

Don’t let him interfere with your fellowship time with your brothers and sisters through Christ. Instead, learn to love him despite how much he may have wronged you, or you have wronged him. Love him like Jesus did. I’m not saying to give in to everything that he says because you are kind and you love him, but love him like a friend, a brother through Christ. Love him like someone that you care about. Pray for him. Pray that God will show up in his life and change his heart.

When your he does come up to you, say hello. Let him know that there are other people that you would like to talk to too. He will probably understand.

I hope I helped. I really don’t know about stuff like this too much. But I’m praying for you :)

-yijia

Asker Anonymous Asks:
I need advice. My original plan is to attend bible college once I graduate high school. I can feel it in my bones that this is God's calling. However, my entire family is against it, and wants me to attend bible college after I graduate University. But, with the grades I have now, I won't be able to go straight to university right after high school. What should I do?
heckyeahjesussaves heckyeahjesussaves Said:

Wow, it’s interesting reading your situation, because I can see myself in it too. I want to follow God’s plan for me, but all the world seems to be against it. And then the Bible says to obey our parents, and then it also says, to follow God with all our heart. Kind of confusing huh?

First, pray out it. Go to God and tell Him your confusion and your stress over this matter. Don’t worry! Did you know that it’s a sin to worry? Worrying means that we don’t fully trust God. We need to let go and let God!

Take actions in trying your best in school. I know it’s difficult to focus sometimes and it may be hard to balance Bible reading versus school textbook reading, but we have to think that we are doing it for God. So when you study, do it for God!

I’m in a similar situation right now, I don’t know where to go? Seek God and He will surely find you and let you know. Ask the Holy Spirit to reveal it to your heart and mind.

I would talk to my parents about it. Spend some time to think about what you have a passion for. Whether it’s music, or art, or english, science, math, … ect. If God put it in your heart to love something, maybe there’s a reason why.

For me, I love children. I discovered this passion of mine on a missions trip. I was teaching the kindergarteners one day and 27 students showed up! Praise God! My friends told me, “Wow! You’re so good with children!” God told me through my friends. Now I really want to do something that involves helping children. I still don’t know what exactly yet, but I’m trying to trust God. For God is good!

Talk it out with your parents and make sure that you listen to  there opinion and that they listen to yours. Tell them why you think that it would be the better choice, to go to Bible school first, but make sure that you don’t tune your out from other options.

I’m praying for you. Let me know if you need more input, but all in all, trust God and let Him lead the way!

your sister through Christ, yijia

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ivebeenfoundworthy said: Obey your parents unless it is unbiblical but keep praying about bible college. If it’s God’s desire for you to go, He will soften the heart of your dear parents.

Asker Anonymous Asks:
Does the Bible say anything about getting rid of demons? I feel like I have one following me and I don't know what to do, and I'm scared.
heckyeahjesussaves heckyeahjesussaves Said:

I don’t know that much about it. I asked one of my christian sisters and she wrote this:

 ”The teaching portions of the New Testament (Romans through Jude) refer to demonic activity, yet do not discuss the actions of casting them out, nor are believers exhorted to do so. We are told to put on the armor to stand against them (Ephesians 6:10-18). We are told to resist the devil (James 4:7), be careful of him (1 Peter 5:8), and not give him room in our lives (Ephesians 4:27). However, we are not told how to cast him or his demons out of others, or that we should even consider doing so.

The book of Ephesians gives clear instructions on how we are to have victory in our lives in the battle against the forces of evil. The first step is placing our faith in Christ (2:8-9), which breaks the rule of “the prince of power of the air” (2:2). We are then to choose, again by God’s grace, to put off ungodly habits and to put on godly habits (4:17-24). This does not involve casting out demons, but rather renewing our minds (4:23). After several practical instructions on how to obey God as His children, we are reminded that there is a spiritual battle. It is fought with certain armor that allows us to stand against—not cast out—the trickery of the demonic world (6:10). We stand with truth, righteousness, the gospel, faith, salvation, the Word of God, and prayer (6:10-18).

It appears that as the Word of God was completed, the Christians had more weapons with which to battle the spirit world than the early Christians did. The role of casting out demons was replaced, for the most part, with evangelism and discipleship through the Word of God. Since the methods of spiritual warfare in the New Testament do not involve casting out demons, it is difficult to determine instructions on how to do such a thing. If necessary at all, it seems that it is through exposing the individual to the truth of the Word of God and the name of Jesus Christ.  God bless you!!! :):)”

I’m praying for you.

<3 yijia

Asker Anonymous Asks:
Hello, I need advice... I am a sophomore in college and live in the same town (about an hour away from home). My mom lives alone (my dad passed when I was in high school) and she gets lonely. I do too, my mom and I are best friends, I love her so much and miss her... what are comforting thoughts or things I can tell her to help ease the loneliness? Thank you, it is much appreciated.God Bless
heckyeahjesussaves heckyeahjesussaves Said:

Praying for her is the best thing that you can do for her right now. Pray that the Lord will show up in her life and make her feel that she is loved. Call her each day and remind her that you love her and are always there for her. Let her know that when you are not there, God is always there for her. He’s in her heart. You can try finding a  good church for her to go to. She can get to know friends who are uplifting. (This one actually really helped my mom and grandma too)

Here are a few Bible verse on loneliness. Before you tell them to her, you should read it too, so that the Lord can reveal to you what to say to her.

Exodus 2:21-25. God’s presence prevents loneliness

1 Kings 19:9-18. You are not alone when you have the Lord

Proverbs 14:20-21. Help lonely people

Proverbs 18:24. Helping others can cure your loneliness

Mark 15:33-39. Christ understands your loneliness

Isaiah 42 & 47

1 Corinthians 6:14 God will lift us up :)

Praying for you and your dear mother. Let me know if you need more. <3

your sister through Christ, yijia