I’m wondering what our world would look like if we focused more on worship than worry or spent energy exalting him instead of entertaining ourselves.
Comparison has no place in the Kingdom.
Make space in your schedule for life-giving experiences.
The voices of the crowd and even that of some trusted advisors will only go with you so far; there are some places where others just can’t follow.
God is the best teacher we could possibly hope for, he made us, wrote the test, holds all the answers, and desperately wants us to pass. We are set up for success, if we’re willing to come to him.
There was only 1 Peter in the Bible, 1 guy who was courageous enough to volunteer to walk out onto the water. What’s holding you back?
We think busyness will equal fulfillment when, in reality, fulfillment begins with stillness.
This year I was mildly obsessed with the Olympics, particularly the track and field events. I was in awe watching incredible
The only way to remove the sin of self from your heart is to invite true Selflessness into your life.
The men and women in the Olympics were born with some degree of natural talent, as we all were, but they took the time and had the patience and discipline and wherewithal to master that talent. What would our lives look like if we did the same with the gifts we’ve been given?