The questions that we ask ourselves can reveal a lot about what we believe.
I’m confident that we can experience a deeper level of God’s love, grace, and mercy when we open ourselves up to him honestly and without holding back.
I believe the basis of many good conversations comes from asking good questions.
There are times when you have to focus on the rewards, tell fear to shut up, accept that failure is possible (and even probable) and then take a leap.
Your name isn’t an accident, but connects with your God-given purpose!
Today, I am reminded that nothing is impossible with Him.
If we are indeed lovers and followers of Christ, shouldn’t we be the best at apologizing, making amends, and settling beefs?
What’s your ranking system that determines what’s more important than the other things going on in your life?
Let’s tend to the soil of our hearts this week, creating a fertile place for God’s word to take root in us.
This week, let’s take a step toward making sure the needs of others are met. After all, we give not because others are worthy, but because Jesus commands us to.