When we value what He values, the world comes alive, and we see things that were once hidden.
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Why does God sometimes delay the answer we are seeking, even if we know it's something that's in His will and is good for both us and the kingdom?
The issue is not whether we forgive ourselves. The issue is whether we truly believe God has forgiven us.
If we desire to see maximum fruit in our lives, we must maximize our yield to God to see God's maximum yield through us.
Marriage is more like a marathon than a sprint.
If parents begin their sentence with, "I have a question about my son," I know exactly where the conversation is going: screens, sexual temptation or substances.
Could it be that God designed this physical process to mirror a spiritual process as well?
"But we don't know where he is, and he doesn't know what's going on. We're just trusting God that he is somehow just shielded and comforted."
God gives us gifts to be used for His glory. But if you believe these lies, you may miss out on His best.
Self-pity can be our automatic reaction to trouble unless we know how to recognize and stop it. "Poor me!" can easily become our habitual thought.
Why, in a world where absolute truth exists in most disciplines of life, does it not apply to morality and spirituality? Who decided these two areas are an exception?
The psalmist is showing us a pattern we can follow in our own time with God.
Let's be purposeful in our silence. Let's not just be silent, thinking maybe we have heard something in the distance.
The Word of God is crucial in overcoming depression. But what if you don't want to read?
Is the God of the universe a God of maybe?
When you fall down, don't stop
We are not feeding on the one thing we need most.
If we could see the whole path, our focus would be on the path ahead and not on the one next step and our moment-by-moment dependence on following God's leadership.
"Sunday night was the last set I will lead before we move, and I was sent out with blessing and prophecy and flowers. I am reminded once more how lavishly God honors our obedience."
"I had major slippery grace for myself because I knew He loved me deep down. And I knew somehow that out of every mess I made in my life, being a prostitute, that He'd forgive me."