Jesus often went out of his way for people. Even when he was on a journey, he would take the time to respond to the needs of the people.
I believe that learning how to be intentionally grateful in good times helps us better prepare for the rocky waters of life when they come.
I suspect that we might be so focused on the rules in one area of our lives, that we’re missing out on something greater being done.
God is graciously pointing out to me that trusting him is the posture that I should live in.
I was nominated for an award last year and I did nothing with it, so, I wanted to be sure that I responded to this one and followed through… but then I did nothing, yet again. I got caught up with life and let this post sit as a draft for almost 2 months. So, here we go! Better late than never, right?
When things seem bad or you begin to revert back to old behaviors, know that you can make a different choice. Make the decision to change your mind and continue to pursue God.
I hope you are well, great, or even stupendous, but if you’re not, that’s okay too. We’re all works in progress and there’s grace for you here.
Whether believing for miracles is easy or hard for you, this is an encouraging and challenging book that will stretch you outside your comfort zone.
Hearing and doing what God says doesn’t have to be complicated, it’s actually pretty simple.
Anna is an incredible example that, in the face of incredible loss, God is still good and still worthy of being praised.