If you're not growing spiritually, it might be time to critically think about the people you connect with most.
Why is it that our culture is more unhappy, unhealthy and stressed than ever before?
The Bible is very clear concerning the power of our words.
"For years, I have believed that my life was entwined with the nation of Israel. I was born one week to the day after her rebirth."
"It was about really writing a thing ... that echoes the heart of Jesus, and there's no fear in that."
"I had a kind of a mindset that I needed to get through my pain to experience joy—that I needed to get through the tunnel to see the light at the other end."
When you least expect it, He has a way of showing up.
Over the years, I've tried to make it a point to view trials more as the tests they really are.
"It's time to find your way out of this hole and get the help you need to break free from your bitterness, so God can use you for His kingdom and His glory."
May the Lord use these to bring you healing and hope.
It's time for the remnant of Christ to shape up, stand out and speak up.
How do we experience joy even in the midst of the painful moments of life?
Is your mindset standing in the way?
When we feel abandoned, we can't help but imagine God to be distant and abstract. We believe the lie that repeats we have no one.
When this truth comes to life in your heart, nothing will ever be the same again!
I know God says He has plans for my good and not my disaster (see Jer. 29:11, NLT) and I want to have faith to believe that is true, but does it include everything, even money?
Conflict in marriage is inevitable. ... It's what you do next that counts.
Since we work hard at not having to wait for anything, it can be difficult for us to understand how long ancient Israel waited for her Messiah.
God knew women did not need to be told to love their men—this comes naturally. But to respect them is another story.
Instead of asking why, ask these.