What is difficult with the abundant life Jesus offers is we think we know what it means and don’t often go back and look at it in context.
It is when we quiet our hearts we can hear the voice of God. He longs for a relationship with us and blessings us by speaking what He wants us to know.
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.
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.
God oftentimes is waiting for us to see if we are interested before speaking. Are we pulling away from our daily activities enough to listen to God speak?
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?
God seems to be extremely proud of us and wants to see us succeed, but we are also to be humble and empty ourselves. What is the meaning of self-sacrifice?
The idea that God wants you to pray for your desires has been a foreign concept for me. My desires, I thought, actually got in the way of following God.
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.
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.