Knowledge can be impressively displayed, but it's not enough. There’s a huge need for wisdom today, and precious few people seem to be asking for it.
I like loving and being loved, but being needy? A desperate need, no less? That’s a really uncomfortable place to be, and I wonder why it's even necessary?
I have learned a secret, one open and available to every child of God. But you must really need this powerful, transforming secret before you see it.
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.
The sense of responsibility we feel can be overwhelming and defeating. God wants us to roll them back on Him—literally casting my burden back on to Him.
Yesterday’s slaughter is not the first of its kind nor the last. What is the one thing that a dumb sheep in total weakness can do in the face of that truth?
Hebrews 11 says that faith is the evidence of things not seen, and the wondrous possibilities of that truth are greater than we could ever imagine!
Many think that God’s Will is the most un-enjoyable experience known to man. God’s ministry of miserable makes receiving satisfaction from the world utterly impossible. Anything other than His perfect choice for you.
I had been exerting such grim effort to relax and gaze and then the Spirit comes lightly inside a task where I was exerting no effort at all, just living.
At any time I can be a wandering sheep. I always have to re-learn that the Spirit of Christ should make every choice, no matter how insignificant.
With a vague cry for help that Jesus responded to specifically and personally, my whole week changed. Help doesn't always look the way we think it will.
He is the Alpha and the Omega: The end of my story here and the beginning of my new one. All I can ever take to the Father at the end of my life is His Son.