Quite often we can feel overwhelmed with life. Like life is just too much to handle. But in God we have a Sovereign Everlasting Boundary, that none can breach.
A precious brother started questioning his process because his mentor fell. But our journey isn’t invalidated by the fall of our leaders.
Love is an outward display and a vulnerable expression, shame on the other hand, drives us inward. Shame makes us turtle and hide.
Shame tempts us to hide and make a covering rather than remaining in the Love that covers. Shame becomes like a wall against God.
The benefit of living IN Christ is that my life is done for me, through me. This is the most exciting news, while being the most devastating to our ego.
There is an agony of death to living in the resurrected Life of Christ. But it's the enemy’s hope that I stay in the flesh and remain impotent!
"Christ in you the hope of glory" and "Not I but Christ" are two aspects of the same reality and revelation. But many find it difficult to actually live IN Christ.
I'm seeing that we are called to stand for the permanence and dignity of THE KINGDOM. I'm here to bear witness to the victory and excellence of God's Kingdom.
We, God’s children, mustn't live in our opinions. My life is not my own, which includes all of my opinions. I am to be impartial which isn't natural!
The path to royalty is narrow and hard, and few are willing to give when they can take. Yet we can and do meet royalty in unexpected places and people.
The word merit is shocking. How often have I not taken my place as royal because I simply didn't feel I was worthy?
Being royal is being born into a royal family, but being royalty is living in the rank, power and authority of a monarchy. Are we living in royalty or beneath our stature?