There’s a factor left unmentioned in my last post about the story of three tragic lives: GRACE! I wanted to dedicate a whole post to it.
In the end, we will have the reality for which we petitioned. Lord Jesus, have mercy on us for the choices we make!
Our deep despair over not being able to perform is both an invitation to lean into His life as well as a check that I'm probably kicking against the goads.
In the reality of brokenness, I can live in His grace and compassion for my fellow man because we all are sojourners in a broken land.
God’s vision of my world is eternal and redemptive, while my vision and discernment is just a spiritual diagnosis not the ultimate reality.
Do we ever think God is wasteful, extravagant, or excessive? If the answer is yes, then we might be judging things with human eyes!
When I am in pain I can become offended. It's easy to be offended and not actually do the work to discover the Lord in and through the pain.
There is a huge difference in the life of the soul versus the life of the spirit. God puts a premium on the source of life’s flow—is it His Life or another’s
We must be who we were created to be in order to ascend to who He’s made us to be. Living the earthy life makes us able to receives His Spiritual Life
His grace has shown me purpose for certain pains in my life, but simple understanding of what God takes us through really doesn’t have power in itself. No, where there’s power is in my yes.
Everything can seem like a crisis, in actuality the problem itself is the opportunity for Solution. A set up for knocking it out of the park.
Can you see Christ Life in your practicality? It's one thing to focus on spiritual matters, it's another to bring His spirituality into our practical life.