God doesn’t want us to just know a bunch of stuff about him, but he wants us to be participants with him in faith and in life.
The truth is, I can’t be both wise and prideful. If I value wisdom, it’s only natural for me to embrace humility.
Jesus is perfect, not a perfectionist.
The good news is that through Christ we can change the narrative.
It’s amazing how our wonder can fade as we become too familiar.
Paul didn’t muster up contentment out of the blue, instead, he learned to rest in the simple and profound truth that God is sufficient.
What do we do when the arrogance monster rears its ugly head? Because, even if we like to deny it, it’s sure to strike again, usually when we least expect it.
Rereading Proverbs 16 sets me straight when I’ve drifted away from Truth.
Pride and insecurity seem to be complete opposites but they have one major thing in common: they value the same thing.
We never reach a point in our faith where the basics of who God is and who we are stop being applicable.