"God showed up to let us know, 'I am here; I am dwelling with you.'"
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Feeling distant from God is an invitation to pause and look deeper, but that feeling is not the whole truth.
IIn our relationships, we are to carry the presence of Christ to others. When we listen to others with the ears of Christ, they experience His comfort, healing and love.
When we have turmoil inside that we want to get rid of and choose to eat it away instead of dealing with it, we put ourselves back into bondage.
We are designed to be more than overcomers, not in our own strength, but in His.
"He is always faithful. Hope in Him is all we have."
"We were like, 'What if she's caring for her mother, who now has dementia, and then her daughter comes home and wants to get married?'"
"The Lord gives double for your trouble, my friend."
It will revolutionize your spiritual tenacity.
Ex-Lesbian Jackie Hill Perry Rebukes Christians Who Are Angry She Shared a Stage With Bethel, Christine Caine
She says she doesn't subscribe to Word of Faith teaching, but she's not afraid to share a platform with someone who does.
Though the pain is unwelcome, I realize that my pain is a direct connection to God.
Do you know your covenant rights?
The "sound mind" God has given through His Spirit into our spirit is not passive or weak, but strong, focused, resilient, proactive, intentional and responsible.
"As we travel through life, we have [God's] perspective and His point of view. We will see what He sees, and it's a seat of revelation."
Have you ever felt dried up?
"We have a similar town. We have a Mountie. We have the same kind of values and traditions of 'When Calls the Heart,' and a similar storyline."
The recent #MeToo movement has demonstrated that we still have a long way to go.
The recent stories of Christian celebrities who have renounced their faith or are losing it come to mind.
If you're in the "oops" phase of your journey and have looked in the mirror of life and find that you have messed up, then smile.
With all that pulls at us, with all that distracts us, with the urgent needs of daily living, how do we find the space to continually restore our souls?