Jesus didn’t come to remove the evil and put in the good; He came to remove the evil so that the good could fully shine. There is still good in them.
Each of us have a specific and unique plan for our life. God knows what will give us purpose. This post will show you how to live in the will of God.
For most, our form of Christianity doesn’t allow this: Father, glorify me. It doesn’t sound humble. It feels self-aggrandizing. But, is it a good prayer?
Orphans naturally feel unwanted. They feel that have no past and no future. The best to hope for is to get by. We want to give them a hope and a future.
We cannot out-pursue God. He loves us and wants to be in relationship with us. Therefore whenever we come near to Him, we are assured He will respond.
As you begin to do things you love to do, your heart will come alive. As your heart comes alive you will know what God’s heart is for you more and more.
Tim Tebow and Jeremy Lin are similar in they came in mid-stream and provided a needed spark to their respective teams. They’re quick to give thanks to God.
As Christians we have the potential to live Emmanuel lives – God with us. We allow others to experience what heaven is like, because heaven is where God is.
The Bible is consistently telling us do not be afraid. Moses, Joshua, Mary, Paul, and others heard God telling them this. Why is this? What is our response?
During each of these situations, Jesus showed no fear. How did He do it? The answer lies in His ability to remain in love, since love casts out fear.
The access point to knowing God is through our hearts. He looks for intimate lovers and friends. He will give us as much of His heart as we give Him ours.
The passion of Jesus shows how much He loves you. Is there any good thing God wants to withhold from you that wasn’t paid for at the Cross?