God doesn’t want us to just know a bunch of stuff about him, but he wants us to be participants with him in faith and in life.
If you’re currently living at the intersection of Fear Lane and Terror Drive, know that God is asking you to change your address.
Transitions can be precious times of increased dependence and reliance upon the One who is wholly reliable.
I know my God is faithful in spite of the messiness of life and I can trust him. No matter what life looks like, he is forever faithful.
Loneliness sucks. But it’s also an invitation, an opportunity, to draw near to God and his people to find peace and healing and hope.
God fashioned you with intentionality and care; you are worth a fortune.
In the midst of the pain, bring your emotions, your grief, your trauma, your concerns to him because he is faithful.
Today, I am reminded that nothing is impossible with Him.
I believe that God delights in our asking “Why?”. Let’s be a people who search out important matters as we search after God.
Whether your addition is coffee or something stronger, social media or some other technology, or something entirely different, I encourage you to take those things to God.