In today’s culture, where feelings are the governing authority, gratitude is considered crucial. And it should be. But without someone to express gratitude to, it becomes just an empty feeling that goes no further than yourself.
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God’s grace for the overwhelmed woman
Life is tough for everyone, just in different ways and in different circumstances. We have all been left questioning what we are supposed to do, and how we are supposed to move forward, when life gets hard.
There are many Bible passages on where to pray and how to pray, as well as a plethora of examples of prayers throughout the new and old testaments, but according to scripture what should I be praying for?
Everybody has emotions that can get out of control. The good news is that the Bible is a wealth of information on how to manage emotion in a healthy way.
We are often faced with the feeling that we are not enough. Whether it’s because of feeling disregarded by another, or because we feel inadequate in a situation, this idea of not being good enough is full of lies. But pay attention, because they may not be the lies the world has told you they are.
Finding joy in the mundane of everyday life can be….well, mundane. But the truth is, true joy cannot be found in everyday life.
Marriage can work, if we make the choice to honor the commitment made and to learn and grow together. This is what we have learned so far in our happy marriage. My hope is that you can learn from our mistakes, and maybe recreate our wins.
I don’t care who you are, or what your current life stage is, you know what it means to be too busy. When we crowd so many activities, people, and responsibilities into our lives, there is little time or energy left for any sort of joy. Even those things that started out as fun, can choke the enjoyment out of life if we allow them. How can I stop being so busy in life?
God’s love is one of those topics that has been over taught. The verses that have been used to describe it have been over quoted. Not that they shouldn’t be, don’t get me wrong. But for many of us, we’ve grown numb to the information, not fully grasping it’s meaning within our hearts.
Worrying about your appearance takes a lot of time and obsessing over what others think can be draining. Outer beauty is a mirage. It is always changing, and it is exhausting to try and chase a ghost. What does the Bible say about beauty, and how can I find rest in that?