Are you letting your brokenness define you?
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"As many of you know, Joni Eareckson Tada recently completed a series of radiation treatments for a recurrence of cancer. In the weeks following, Joni has been challenged with significant pain issues, including most recently, difficulty with breathing."
It's not mysterious or magical; it's something you grow into, discover and become increasingly able to fulfill as God continues His work in you.
It not only brings us healing, but penetrates the darkness around us and begins the work of dismantling the enemy's plans.
"Having my world be swallowed seemed to happen overnight, but as far as my faith goes—you start out with the typical things," she said. "I had prayed every prayer you can think of."
No matter how close you feel to your kids, you are likely getting an edited version of their lives.
It's not our desperate situation that propels us into the miraculous realm, but our faith.
It's something the apostle Peter asked first.
Cultivating a dynamic prayer life is much easier than we tend to think.
Do you find yourself trying to please everyone? Here's your solution.
"I'm grateful that I knew Jesus before I was traveling. Because while I don't have a ton of memories during the time, I know the strength I get from Him got me through. I know the Holy Spirit was with me."
Have you cried out to the Lord?
Friend, have you noticed that God is not in a hurry?
Examine your life. What areas are weak and sickly?
'Divorce does not have to happen. If even one person in the marriage wants to fight for their marriage, there is a good chance they can be successful in restoring it.'
Many Christians surrender to fear that often keeps us from living what we claim to believe.
"I remember thinking ... 'I've been to some really, really dark places and I couldn't find God there.'"
When the enemy reminds me of my past, I remind myself of what God's Word says, because that's even better than reminding him of his future.
Don't give up on the goal because the journey is difficult.
Why are we as Christians allowing worldly influences and power to dim, empty and dictate our lives?