I just experienced unexpected kindness, and I'm actually ashamed that I was so shocked. I wouldn't have missed this experience for the world.
Troubled with this world? I just might be looking at the wrong thing. If I'm experiencing despair and discouragement, the problem might be my vision and not my circumstance.
I want to call out the 800-pound gorilla in the room—the presidential elections, debates, and constant mud slinging. How is God leading us through this?
Why do men get so aggravated while working with electronics or mechanical things? I know exactly why: because it rubs up against our curse.
When crisis hits and the wind blows and whirls, will I be tossed in the tempest or anchored to my Rock? It isn't easy to wait quietly for God to deliver me.
To live in the Spirit you have to live as the Spirit—like a breeze with no control. Control is found anywhere that I’m not living like a breeze.
The sand is shifting and sinking across the globe, and if I leave my rock foundation to visit the houses built on that sand, I roll and sink with them.
Last week, as I pulled up to a bank's night depository, a man screamed out of his car window, "They're closed, you #%^* idiot!"
The gift of time, a clean slate day-by-day or even moment-by-moment, is a love deeper and more powerful than mere affection. This is forgiveness weaponized.
If you live with fear for too long, lots and lots of fear that never really goes away, then sooner or later something snaps.
I cannot save anyone from anything, but I can listen for God’s will for someone and then pray it in, too. It's a privilege to listen and pray!
Mankind tends to focus on what's happening, and I am guilty of the same, but there's something higher than what's happening—God's purposes.