There’s nothing so solid as my opinion when it becomes my conviction. This is especially true when I feel I've formed that opinion on my own.
When I attempt to reason out a response to someone or some situation, I fall prey to the paradox that only the Holy Spirit can dance through.
Any time I come out of my quiet life into the bubbling whirl of people, I need silence in the aftermath to seek God's face and restore my spirit.
When God is the source of good in my life, when His goodness motivates my word or action, then that is the good that overcomes evil.
I’ve been so fixated on the completion of an assignment that I’ve made that the focus, my sole purpose. I took the responsibility and made a law of it.
God is ever and always the Initiator, and whenever I move outside of His initiating, I’m a vessel in trouble and at odds with my divine purpose.
Once you touch the 'high' of fake bliss, you are hooked on experience, and the simplicity of Christ is not enough for you.
Repentance has never erased what I’ve done; it simply ushered in the grace and forgiveness that I so desperately need just to walk through this life.
If the condition for finding Him is to search for Him with my whole heart, He must first connect me with my whole heart.
I asked God, "What is the purpose of my story, of my life?" I didn’t understand that in my story is the answer to this question.
Jesus came to set the world ablaze. It was an arson of mankind, a torch to relationships until they exist only for Him...a church set on fire!
Loneliness is a staple of the human condition, so how is it possible that I am no longer lonely? Is contentment and joy in solitude truly possible?