How can you know what God is saying if you don’t leave space in your schedule to hear him?
Does your culture inform your Christianity or does your Christianity inform your culture?
I wonder how many times we miss a miracle because we’re too focused on the sound of our own voice.
Everyone needs grace, everyone needs encouragement, even you. Often times we are our own harshest critics, but why? What would you be able to accomplish if you believed in you?
I don’t know the areas in which you feel God has been a disappointment, but I want to encourage you to choose to be thankful. It’s uncomfortable because choosing to walk away from disappointment requires trust. Do you trust God enough to give your disappointments to him?
What do you do when someone you love or care about is racing into a head-on collision? What do you do when someone is about to make a detrimental mistake?
My first instinct, of course, is to jump in and be a hero, but what if that’s not the right answer? What if, instead of fixing someone, we’re just supposed to love them?
I hope we will all be strong and courageous as Joshua was so that we can lead, obey, and go as the Lord instructs.
You, with your specific gifting and life experience, are valuable to the Body of Christ. It’s so tempting to look at the gifts of others and become envious of what they have or have been afforded. But that’s the wrong perspective, but an easy trap to fall into. Instead of being jealous of another person, what if we devoted that energy toward practicing and honing the gift that God has given us?
In movies, characters are always keenly aware of their uniqueness and see it as a negative. I wonder, how many times do we take on this negative perspective each day?
I encourage you to grieve when you need. It doesn’t matter if a loved one has died, a friendship or partnership dissolved, a marriage and family divided, a job has been lost, or a deal fell through, these are all forms of loss that deserve to be mourned.