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!
Tightrope from The Greatest Showman is a wonderful song that can speak to our faith and build up our relationship with God if we chose to allow it.
There were themes in this movie that awakened my heart greatly. Here are 10 things that Christians should love about the Greatest Showman.
People are hungry for a touch from God. Let’s be quick to pray with others to hear our hearts and receive from God. Who know what friends you may make?
James Robor guest posts on Hebrews 12:2 about how looking unto Jesus motivates us to seek God and positions us to hear His voice. Learn to fix your eyes.
God wants to help you become all that He’s calling you into, but He will not force Himself on you. Be the person you want to experience and find God’s help.
Growing in God is surprisingly simple, yet we will never stop growing. This one step will help give you focus, leading you to more of God in your life.
Just as we can’t earn God’s love, we can’t earn His goodness. He can’t change who He is. This gives us confidence to approach the goodness of God in prayer.
I love this story and love Dr. Bill Bright for living it out. He made one change which led to the creation of a tool that impacted millions of lives for Christ.
In our anger and unforgiveness, we often make unwise agreements that are more detrimental to us than the other person. This simple trick will help you change and make you smarter.
Most Christians believe that they are saved by grace, but this passage in James can seem to push us back to earn our salvation. Let’s look at interpreting how faith without works is dead.
Changes happen all the time in life. Don’t let shame over missed days keep you from what God has for you today. Get back up and put your prayer routine back on track.