These questions from Romans 8 help us to apply the love of God. The love of God is the safety net you need to risk everything on Him.
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.
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.
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.
Sharing our faith reminds us of God’s truth applied to real people. And, those words reveal to us more of those good things God wants us to have as well.
The blessing of this annoying love of God is that if we can get rid of it when we want to, then we absolutely cannot lose it if when we want to enjoy it.
True worship is often misunderstood among the religious. Here are four clues from the Bible that show if you may be religious about worship:
I used to live under the burden of trying to prove my love to God. I didn’t think I was worthy of notice on my own, so I needed to find ways to stand out.
Romans 3:23 is one of the first verses many of us ever memorized. But, I suggest many of us haven’t really thought about what it is saying.