Hint: When we fill our Easter baskets with candy, we're working against total health.
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Instead of beating yourself up, focus on the positive.
Are you praying for a miracle?
A good marriage involves ongoing discovery.
Women all over the world, in all walks of life, carry burdens of brokenness. But there's a solution.
"And a spirit of Leviathan works differently than a spirit of Jezebel; a spirit of Leviathan works differently than a python spirit. It works differently than a spirit of religion."
Glean some truth from the story of Mary and Martha.
In my own eyes, I'd made myself and my abilities bigger than God and His abilities.
God is calling believers everywhere to embrace their callings as spiritual professionals: people who value their skills and knowledge and embrace the leadership of the Holy Spirit.
Be reminded, friend—Satan cannot and will not have the victory, because Jesus has already won the victory.
We often mistakenly identify a season of loneliness as a time of insignificance. It can be quite the opposite.
And of course Cory Asbury's "Reckless Love" was on the list.
Jesus wants to share our joys and sorrows, our struggles and our triumphs.
Which of our works will survive and which will be burned?
This familiar spirit becomes like a family member and gains personal access into every area of our lives.
"I can't imagine what he's having to navigate in all of this because he wants to live for Jesus. I say we give him time, as a born-again believer in the family of God."
It happened in a life-changing second. If that second had not occurred for me, I'd still weigh 430 pounds.
The Bible will sometimes "start out talking about something in the natural, but then it will take on spiritual dimensions."
Whatever your stuff has been, when you unpack, wrestle with and do the hard work necessary to get to the other side, you too will develop a substance within that becomes priceless for both you and others.
Whether it's a stepdad or a stepmom who has unloving responses, as the child's parent, it is your job—your duty—to protect your child from harmful behavior in the home.