The truth is, the best remedy for my control problem is not to try to control my behavior further, but to focus on what Jesus willingly did for me.
God is graciously pointing out to me that trusting him is the posture that I should live in.
It’s amazing how our wonder can fade as we become too familiar.
Growth rarely happens in the comfort zone, so I encourage you to take a baby step out of it today, and see what happens.
Paul didn’t muster up contentment out of the blue, instead, he learned to rest in the simple and profound truth that God is sufficient.
Originally posted on Work in Progress:
Have you ever bought something, only to be unsatisfied with it? Or been able to do…
Right now, we live in a dark time, but we have a hope in Jesus that can’t be stolen, removed, revoked, or destroyed.
We never know what one strategic act of kindness can do in someone’s life.
Part of the joy of being a Christian is that we do change. The problem is that I tend to resist change.
But what if our pain, our struggle, and our brokenness are actually good things?