You have several options. But these are the most godly.
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When despair hits, we assume God has left us.
It is time to grow up.
This profound aspect of love has nothing to do with attraction or gifts or time.
Women are one of the greatest gifts that God has given the world. But in our passion to promote women (something I wholeheartedly agree with), have we overstepped the Scriptures?
Even though life is challenging, contentment is an attitude that God wants developed in our lives.
No matter what you've done in your past, no matter if you see the vices, behavioral patterns or weaknesses of generations past repeated in your own life, no matter if you've failed greatly and you fear you will pass your failures on to your children, you can grab hold of this truth today.
If you're trying to decide something today but all you can remember is when you blew it the time(s) before, I have some good news: God wants to help you and get you back on track!
I can't encourage my fellow believers enough to learn how to pray in the Spirit.
Although we all face earthquakes that shake our lives, this is the steady foundation that remains solid.
Some of our current headlines wouldn't have been needed if people had followed these.
God is excited to reveal to you His new plans and His astounding purposes for your life that are about to spring forth!
Jesus saw her suffering. And He sees yours too.
With Jesus, it's all or nothing.
Hint: Divorce won't solve your problems.
A growing number of Christians today are considering adoption and foster care. A mom of 10 (seven of whom are adopted) answers some of the most pressing questions.
There's something about typing and posting a comment that makes us forget the actual people who will read what we write.
But you must learn to be wise.
"You have permission to soar with everything I've put within you."
WATCH: Jim and Elisabeth Elliot's Daughter Shares Never-Before-Published Love Letters Between Her Parents
"My father and mother's love was huge and deep because they were so committed to loving God first, that they felt that each of the other was a gift. I hope to carry on the legacy simply by telling the story."