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.
I’ve been learning that idolatry is more than just an external form of worship: it’s a heart posture.
No matter your age, let’s begin to see ourselves and others how God sees us. More than that, let’s act in a manner worthy of the calling that he’s called us to.
We make grace and love unnecessarily complicated, but Jesus made things simple.
Something powerful happens when someone comes alongside you and says “I’ve been there, it does get better, and I’ll be here with you until it does.”
If you’re in the church, if you’re serving your community, leading groups, or discipling others, The Emotionally Healthy Church could be a valuable resource for you.
You have so much to offer the world, don’t wait or hoard your skills or passions, give them freely and watch how the Lord can move in and through you!
I encourage you to sit with God and ask the questions, listen to what he says, and respond accordingly.
We are all like that sheep who has gone astray, allowing the pain or the lies or the fears we experience to drive us far from where we should be, yet God, being rich in mercy, follows us there.