When we settle into a revelation of God rather than God Himself, He might bring another facet of His truth to keep us knowing Him, not just the revelation.
So many work to overcome rather than letting the Overcomer conquer in us but life is impossible if it’s managed and manhandled by us we must live dead.
Jesus doesn’t shrink from my fallen, sinful condition. Quite the contrary, He longs to be invited inside, in order to eradicate it.
Did Jonah’s resistance to God’s call make him a failure or was the sign of Jonah proof that I am not limited by this world or its happenings.
Though we might not wish to believe in the wrath and judgment of God or in His sovereign use of destruction, it is real nonetheless.
Our wounds, bitterness and offenses can change our identity and personality. Our wounded hearts can make us something other than who we were created to be.
Why Jonah resisted going to Nineveh? He was ardently convicted for some reason beyond mere repulsion or prejudice of the Ninevites. What was it?
The fact that God is good is indisputable but God's goodness might mean something quite different than my hoped-for application.
It’s becoming far too common for people to prefer to live in delusion rather than reality. Living by presumption rather than living by the Voice.
I want to share a story today of forgiveness and sovereignty. God’s sovereignty and forgiveness are co-joined or it is not truly forgiveness.
There’s only One Life that is not the slave-life and that is the Life of Christ. Every other attempt to live this life is from self and slavery.
My urgency is never God's directive. My zeal doesn’t determine His timing. God looks for my agreement and then often requires my surrender to His timing.