Christ died for the world, while we were yet sinners He died for us. As a believer can I remain untouched and isolated from the same world Christ died for?
I have learned, through much pain and difficulty that I need NO man. Dependence on anyone or anything other than God is just destructive.
In the middle of shelter in place I have solely run the office and its functions. What could have taken me under has been a huge blessing of functioning.
Our response to government reveals our heart about God. And this is because God uses authority to expose our hidden heart attitudes.
As I’ve watched the news seeing the evidence of mass panic hitting the US over the Coronavirus, I've been tempted to enter into the fears but have an answer.
To walk with God, we quickly learn that comprehensive understanding is unattainable. In the mystery of God, I experience great expanse, not limitation.
Our preference for the Lord’s presence here on earth provides a simple snapshot of our desire to be in His presence in heaven.
In that day you will be able to say with Paul, “for me to live is Christ.” That's the wonder of the exchanged Life, the Great Exchange we're to experience.
There is a storyline deeply rooted in our very beings. It is one that has been told over and over again, but the core is essentially the same.
In the whale, Jonah was in the will of Another. Likewise, when we are in Christ, we’re swallowed up into Him so that His resurrected Life will flow.
Henri Nouwen was a beautiful spiritual man who couldn’t get beyond his own wounds. So God called him out of his woundedness to focus on another's life.
Inevitably my food is always better and more satisfying when He chooses for me than if I had chosen for myself. I let Him guide what I'm to order and eat.