Psalm 37:4-5 rings especially true in the life of this "beautiful friend of Jesus."
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It starts with knowing who is on your side and who the enemy is.
Where do you fall on the spectrum?
Learn from Saul's mistakes.
It is so important we do not sacrifice the cause of righteousness on the altar of being right.
Hint: Just read 1 John 5:18.
Think how many people would turn to Jesus if, just as in His day, they saw a miracle right before their eyes or experienced healing themselves.
But understand that God's blessings take different forms in different people's lives.
We must be intentional with the one thing that matters most.
Whoever our president is, believers must choose to live like the Old Testament prophet.
An open and intentional effort to discern God's voice leads to abundant life in Christ.
God is waiting to show you what He can do in your life.
We know they will come, so we may as well be prepared.
For every new level of ministry she has stepped into, there is new warfare.
We live in a society that has now normalized very caustic and derogatory language, and many times, we take it to heart.
While fulfilling this role, we ultimately enable the world to behold the reality and holiness of our God.
The disciples learned this lesson the hard way.
"The kingdom is meant to flow out of us into the world."
God knew what He was doing when He formed us.
How do we expect to hear His voice if we don't know how to recognize it?