Tag Archives: Bitterness
If I make my fear a Custer’s Last Stand of anxiety against God, then yes, I’m setting myself up for the inevitable fall. It reveals my bitterness with Him.
The greatest potential damage of victims at the Las Vegas massacre isn't done by the bullets that fly through the air but something more sinister.
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?
There's an onslaught against my life begs me to source my energy in hate and discord, rather than love. Love is the Source of Life & hatred is the fuel for the devil.
Queen Esther saved her people did so with behavior that was markedly different from Vashti. That bears consideration, even if it makes us uncomfortable.
I've seen the truth about my rebellion against God and authority. Without authority, I get death! But under authority, the heavens are opened for me.
We rarely see the inevitable link between seed sown and fruit grown, but spiritual sanity is the God-given revelation that you will get back all you give.
Is it possible that the moral degradation of the human soul that is illustrated so vividly in Romans 1 directly impacts our bodies down to the genetic code?
All Creation has a lesson to teach us. Come read how the Creation Story is reflected in our personal lives and hear the vital call it has for us all.
I am tempted to hate the person who pokes at my open wounds, wounds that are only open because I lack forgiveness in that place. Once I forgive, I'm free.
The Truth is Jesus Christ and He’s in the heavens, but He’s also in the dirt. Fully human, fully divine—the Truth is as much a paradox as Jesus.