"Jesus Christ walked onto my front porch and argued with me all day long."
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Conflict in relationships is inevitable, but it can also be really good if it is navigated well.
So much of life isn't about what happens to you—it's about how you think about it.
Generations have come and gone, but the cry of intercession continues because God is still needed.
This sweet substance has been painted as so innocent that we would never want to take it from a baby.
It's not surprising that those hostile to the cross of Jesus Christ want it removed from public places.
That is the way Satan works: He devises schemes to make the pain so much greater than God, His love and the love of your family.
Psalm 67 holds the key.
"Whether it's word of mouth, whether it's God sending me these women because of what we're doing and being successful at it, He's like, 'This is what you need to do.'"
Whenever I must make a decision, I go for the blueprint.
If you see marriage as a way to get your own needs met, you need to read this.
The language of worry is unacceptable to Him and destructive to us.
Do you have a list of reasons why you think God doesn't want to talk to you?
We celebrate with fireworks of gratitude for these truths.
It's not difficult to shake off these issues if we just trust God in the process.
We must not react but rather act upon to have the best outcome for everyone involved.
Yes, people disappoint. It's what they do.
"Be willing to take a stand for Me and My ways in these last days."
I choose to trust that I will someday see what I have been waiting for all this time.
These terms are not synonymous. Here's why.