May we be those broken men and women, the contrite in heart, that God is looking for.
During difficulties, God isn’t as concerned with our circumstances as he is about our identities. If we, in the midst of unemployment or a break-up or depression or pain, can see ourselves as we truly are, beloved children of God, it will change how we live.
I encourage you to take a step back and ask God what he wants for you to do right now, in this season, and do whatever he asks for well, no more and no less.
When was the last time that you took time to stop and breathe? When did you last have a moment of
Do you know anyone who is “book smart” but lacks common sense? What about a Christian who knows all types
The book of 1 Chronicles records stories of the kings of Israel and Judah. Chapter 11 talks about David and