I believe that we can be like Abram and resist temptation when it arises.
I’m grateful for moments of discomfort in my life because each is an invitation to growth.
Despite my natural aversion to adventure, as I look back on my life, I see many adventures that God has taken me on.
We encounter little and big injustices daily and we get to choose how we respond.
Gratitude is not reserved for November.
It should be a lifestyle.
We will always sacrifice something we value for that which we value more.
The things we are called to are not dependent upon us, but are an opportunity for us to rely on God even more.
Our entire world is working through a collective trauma, and yet, I believe that we can find opportunities to be grateful.
While we should be excited about God’s promises, let’s think for a few minutes about what these gifts remind us about his character.
For the past month or so, there’s been one verse, in particular, that keeps springing to my mind.