There are things that God wants to do and things that He lets happen. And, the difference between them has a lot to do with prayer. God likes our faith.
We all have a worldview from which we live. How does the Bible affect your view of life, God, and self?
In our need to have Him answer, we often feel we are alone and separated from Him. This hinders our prayers and adds to our anxiety in our time of need.
Surprisingly Job shows us an unthinkable path to Biblical prosperity. God’s heart is so toward reconciliation and forgiveness that He desires we do the same.
Too often, those informing our views are getting us into a frenzy, worried and fearful. This may help gain viewers, but it’s not God’s view of the world.
To those of us who haven’t easily loved ourselves, doing so hasn’t been easy. Everything we see seems to prove we are unworthy of love. How do we change?
God doesn’t love others more than you; He doesn’t love you more than others. His love is massive enough for all of us to enjoy. So, please love yourself.
It’s wonderful my daughter asks things, but ultimately she trusts our love. Let’s present our requests to our Father and expect good things from Him.
We find it easier to think God is against us rather than being for us. Read several examples of what this may look like in our lives. What will you believe?
The parable of the persistent widow teaches us to continue to pray, but perseverance is not about getting what you want. We want to maintain trust in God.
Life is hard, but God is good, your prayers are powerful and you can overcome the world. Don’t lose hope, but lean into prayer that will reawaken your heart.
When Jesus says that those forgiven much, love much, we almost think it better to have left some terrible lifestyle, so we can love Jesus all the more. No!
When we break down the origins of the word, we not only learn what Advent means, but also why Advent is important.