Suffering is really hard, and sometimes there is no way to make any sense of it. But God Himself is with you. He is waiting, full of grace, to restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you in Christ Jesus.
The Lord is my shepherd;
I have all that I need.
He lets me rest in green meadows;
he leads me beside peaceful streams.
He renews my strength.
He guides me along right paths,
bringing honor to his name.
Why is it that we ignore the sin that we don’t want to let go of? We cannot stick our heads in the sand. Pretending to not be convicted of your sin is not the same as not being convicted. Ignoring the problem will not make it go away.
With so many of life’s demands vying for your attention every day, the idea of being still before God seems laughable. In our fast paced, success driven American culture, sitting in silence feels like a waste of our time. But it’s important.
God says that He is here to comfort us in our distress and that when we ask, He gives abundantly so that we, in turn, can comfort others.
When searching for inner peace, these three simple strategies are the only tried and true methods that I have found that actually work.
Many suggest rekindling love by creating romantic settings to spice up your intimacy, but there is a better way to show love.
The journey to self-discovery can be a grueling task of self-reflection and of developing self-awareness and can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. It can be fun and insightful. Check out these seven steps that will help point you in the direction of self-introduction.
When people fail, hope is hard. It is hard to see how God can fix an impossible situation. But God is bigger than our own perspective.