Which came first, the faith to believe or God's call to pray?
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The greater the hurt, the more important it is for us to release the pain. That only happens when we at least begin the forgiveness process.
When a loved one is being threatened in any way, all wisdom woven together in your soul begins to unravel. Your mind knows, but it's not in sync with what burns in your heart.
No matter how long we've been following Jesus and no matter how "mature" we might be in Christ, the journey to trust Him takes us deeper and deeper.
"Does your heart have holy heartburn because the Spirit prays through you for things you don't know how to pray for?"
Is it possible to find a balance so we're not stressed and tired all the time?
Maybe kids today don't really have a choice.
As a reflection of the relationship God desires to have with each of us, marriage is about learning to love well.
Perhaps John MacArthur should revisit his Bible about who should be in the pulpit.
As a woman in ministry, Carol McLeod wonders what happened to grace.
God's Word reminds us of our true enemy. His Word also reminds us that our prayers change things.
In light of the John MacArthur/Beth Moore debacle, we need to understand this important distinction.
The important thing to understand is that every emotional need we have been trying to get from food is met in God. He is our source. Food is simply fuel for our bodies
"This will not pause my destiny. I will not stop serving the Lord."
Few Christians recognize its true power.
Various members of the "Duck Dynasty" family shared their joy via social media.
MacArthur's stinging discourse regarding Beth Moore wasn't really about Beth Moore. He was disparaging every woman who has ever answered the call to ministry.
Hint: The problem often starts in your own head.
Jesus never called us to safety. He invites us on the grand adventure of following His will.
Some applauded the reformed pastor's words. Others were disgusted.