Even if a person was not directly involved with the disaster, horrific events such as 9/11 can retraumatize those who already have PTSD.
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Perhaps we do not need to move a physical mountain, but we may be facing an even greater one, such as cancer.
"When I first heard it, I thought it was one of the best songs I'd ever heard," Parton said.
God longs for us to come to the secret place and simply be with Him.
Hint: It has to do with the quality of the soil.
We all know someone whose pain has held them in bondage and wreaked havoc in their life.
"We can learn how to understand that we've been given access into heavenly dimensions, heavenly realms, and that there are answers in the heart of God for the trials we're facing today."
It sounds intimidating, but there's no need to fear.
"Losing 250 pounds is the easiest hard thing I've ever done because I had God's strength to help me."
In today's world, having the mind of Christ may seem like an upside-down attitude, but in God's economy, that is the only way for His true bondservants to live.
The Bible never promised a life without sorrow and suffering.
Chelsea Lee Taylor was rushed into emergency brain surgery. Believers around the world have been interceding on her behalf.
"God showed up to let us know, 'I am here; I am dwelling with you.'"
Feeling distant from God is an invitation to pause and look deeper, but that feeling is not the whole truth.
IIn our relationships, we are to carry the presence of Christ to others. When we listen to others with the ears of Christ, they experience His comfort, healing and love.
When we have turmoil inside that we want to get rid of and choose to eat it away instead of dealing with it, we put ourselves back into bondage.
We are designed to be more than overcomers, not in our own strength, but in His.
"He is always faithful. Hope in Him is all we have."
"We were like, 'What if she's caring for her mother, who now has dementia, and then her daughter comes home and wants to get married?'"
"The Lord gives double for your trouble, my friend."