So here is the ease of the Christian life. ALL God’s promises have been fulfilled in the Life of His Son.
Does pain mean I'm resisting God? Pain is inevitable. If I’m living life, I'll experience pain. Pain is not the enemy, while suffering is very different.
His grace has shown me purpose for certain pains in my life, but simple understanding of what God takes us through really doesn’t have power in itself. No, where there’s power is in my yes.
Though I have come open hearted in giving love, my love was not clean. I was looking for Love in all the wrong places and with a wrong motive.
Our life’s power will always be within our YES to God. This is our way into the Kingdom, a path full of YES’s to God.
What if we simply, whole-heartedly opened our lives up to God when He poised something to us? It's as easy as YES!
The Lord is looking for an eradication of any fear, doubt, worries and anxiety. He wants me to live leaning.
For years I have worked to accept my life in its entirety. By nature it's not in us to embrace our story. Acquiesce to it maybe but receive it…not so much.
Our inalienable rights–life, liberty, and our pursuit of happiness–don't necessarily coincide with the declaration of dependence found in the beatitudes.
Some surrender to the cosmos as ones who are tossed by its whim and fancy; a simple leaf in the torrent unable to direct their path.