Our hearts are speaking to us; we must listen to hear what they say. They tell our stories—who we are, what we struggle with and why.
There's someone trying to lead us. It isn't accidental, it's quite purposeful. They desire to motivate us, guide our decisions, and direct our activity.
Though most of us fight the transitory nature of our relationships, it remains our living reality. So what does God say about all the lonely people?
How can I call the most tormenting “thing” in my life a blessing rather than a curse? Oh, I feel like I have an answer from the Spirit and this sheds such a light on my soul and my life.
Being in the Spirit allows us to lean in dependence rather than being strapped with the responsibility to care for ourselves.
I have had a hard time imagining that God wants to spend time with me. I understand my pursuit of Him, but that He would desire to be with me? “He really yearns to be with me?”
When I was sick recently, the Holy Spirit showed me something new about healing. Turns out God was after relationship while I was after miraculous healing.
God said it is better to remain single, if possible, while at the same time God says we are to be church, which is two or more gathered together. This is my takeaway.
Our thoughts, choices and reactions to our lives permanently chisel grooves and lines into our faces and bodies. Like a journal of our journey, our path is revealed in our appearance.
I want to share with you a story of grace. I believe the story of Chris McCandless was a story of grace. Grace has a purpose and that purpose is the bringing of us into a greater, fuller knowledge of God.
Living life is about doing as much as being. As we live life, we live out our various roles and callings. But is it me or He that must be these roles?
We're never going to receive nor experience Sonship merely by listening to a teaching on the subject.