Most of us think of our calling as a secret commission from God that we have to try to discover. But what if you could discover your calling in the day-to-day work you are doing right now?
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You may wonder then, "Why is it so difficult to figure out what God wants me to do with my life?"
Alcohol may not be a sin—but consider these pitfalls.
Are you battling an addiction? Trying to heal a broken marriage? Praying for a prodigal son or daughter?
Do you want to peer into the spiritual realm?
We don't like the awkward silence. But God doesn't mind.
Noah and his family felt shut in on the ark, I'm sure. Have you ever felt that way in your walk with the Lord?
Our walk speaks louder than our talk.
Have you ever entered into something new and didn't know what to do?
The renowned pastor says Elijah did, and you can too.
Those doctors did not count on the power of our God.
Dr. Randy Ross says it can lead to isolation and other problems God never intended.
Statistics say 74 percent of men and 48 percent of women do this on a regular basis.
"Take My yoke upon you, and learn from Me. For I am meek and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.
Gideon may have been a bit cowardly at first, but the Holy Spirit used him to do mighty things.
If we can teach our son to throw a football or our daughter gymnastics, we can teach our children how to have a daily time with God.
Job was on the verge of being defined by his problems.
The secret place is that place of personal intimacy between just you and God.
Just keep looking; you'll find the blessing.
God supplies everything we need, everywhere we are, every minute of the day.