God’s timetable may not make immediate sense to you or the people around you, but remember that His plans are to prosper you, not to harm you
If you want to see change happen in your life, you’ve got to get a vision that goes beyond what you’ve already seen and experienced. And a good place to start is the promises in God’s Word.
The truth is, we will never experience the fullness of joy and freedom that’s available to us in Christ if we refuse to do what God tells us we should do.
God has a good plan for your life, but if you want to experience that plan, your mind has to be renewed so you can think like God thinks.1 comments
Can you think of a time when you had an ongoing issue with someone in your life? And just when you thought you couldn’t take another minute with them, God asked you to stretch yourself one more time?
I wonder how many decisions we make every day. I believe it’s probably hundreds. We decide whether or not to get out of bed, what we’ll eat, what we’ll do, what we’ll think about, what we’ll say…and on and on.
I remember many years when I went to church faithfully every week, yet my private life was pathetic. It was so frustrating because I really loved God and was a born-again believer, but I wasn’t experiencing victory over the problems in my life
I want to encourage you to go through the hard part because if you give up, you will never be completely satisfied. There will be a part of you that doesn’t feel settled or fulfilled.1 comments
I could get up thinking I was going to have a great day and then something would set me off and by 9 a.m., the rest of my day was totally ruined! But it doesn’t have to be that way. We can control ourselves
Sometimes when you’ve had a long series of disappointing things happen, you can get into the very bad habit of just expecting more of what you’ve already had.
Do you ever wish you had a “Do Not Disturb” sign flashing above your head? Well, if we truly want to be used by God, we also need to be interruptible.
How many times a day does a complaint cross your mind? I think if we will be honest with ourselves, it’s probably a pretty regular occurrence. When I think about discontentment, the first thing that comes to mind is work.
If you want to live for God, He will ask you to lay some things down. If you want the higher life, you’ve got to give up the lower life.
How many times a day does a complaint cross your mind? I think if we will be honest with ourselves, it’s probably a pretty regular occurrence
What Good Is Worrying, Anyway? Don’t let negative thoughts get in the way of your faith.