We’re not called to live in the victim mentality but we are made to live as beloved children of God!
This process of obeying God, being myself, and ditching my people-pleasing tendencies is not easy at all. My prayer is that we all would be flooded with courage, embrace who we truly are, and choose God even when it’s unpopular.
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.”
I encourage you to take some time and cover others in prayer today.
Community seeks to find reasons to include, not exclude, others.
It’s easier to fight when you know someone is fighting alongside you, so let’s prop each other up and trust that God will give us victory.
Loving the Lord and walking closely with him isn’t about getting a certain grade or achieving certain things, it’s about sharing God with the world.
When true love, the God kind of love, enters the scene, lives begin to dramatically change.
When we’re not rooted in the truths of God, things begin to go haywire as our hearts begin reaching out, grasping for that one thing that will make us feel whole.
How can we become the type of people who are the best at encouraging others?