I’ve never seen the dangers of privilege without purpose so starkly represented as in the lives of these two royal sisters, Elizabeth and Margaret.
I don’t know if we now possess what it takes to fight! Do we really want what we have been given and willing to fight for it!
The princess mentality encourages the very worst in women: entitlement, indulgence, and superiority. It is the epitome of privilege without purpose.
I am constantly learning something new about forgiveness. It's a much deeper well than I ever suspected, and the joy that follows is greater all the time.
God's sovereignty is a life or death issue. If lordship and salvation are synonymous, then the importance of His sovereignty, which is Him ruling as Lord, is paramount.
Am I a giver or taker? This is not a question that is fun to consider, because the answer is found in God’s view of my life, not my personal assessment.
Desperation of the flesh is not the "sacrifice" of a broken and contrite heart that God responds to, but it can be a step in the right direction.
We can pray someone into their right mind, giving them complete clarity when they choose, but we cannot override their choice.
I have touched insanity a few times in my life, and each time it was because I believed the lie that there were no consequences for my choices.
Blinded by the darkness, I walked around stabbing people left and right while believing myself to be a pitiably wounded creature in need of defense.
When I believe something must always be happening in order to be happy, I will be led by happenings and not by purpose.
Simply put, NO is the most offensive curse word in the English language. And it’s what stands between happy, smiley people and fiends.