In the place of rest, our striving ceases, and our anxiety quiets. Our worries are soothed, and we settle down to enjoy God's presence.
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"I decided that loneliness would not be my portion anymore."
Podcast bonus: Jackson sings an original song composed during her cancer journey.
"Look at God work, y'all. My heart is so full. Thank you for this, T. Your soul is as brilliant as that sunset sky. Never in my wildest dreams did I dream this. 'You're here to be light, bringing out the God-colors in the world.' Matthew 5:14."
Even though I've been called to this amazing task of raising children to God's glory, at times, I have not found joy in it.
Can men learn from Bible teachers/preachers such as Kay Arthur, Priscilla Shirer, Anne Graham-Lotz, Beth Moore and others? Absolutely. But they should not be the spiritual covering over the man, thus usurping his role as spiritual leader. That's the key.
This blind author offers us a new way of seeing.
What is Jesus, our miracle-sign, birthing through you to co-rule and co-reign over in this new day?
Do you know why you're on this earth?
But wait, there's more: You shouldn't expect him to.
Hint: It has nothing to do with diets. And she has kept the weight off for years.
They often are entangled, but they are unique and different.
Her research reveals at least 90% of cancers are preventable. But how?
This is a good question, for which many want to know the answer.
Now she's believing God will make a way to end modern-day slavery by 2030.
She doesn't know why she chose to pray this way. But God ...
"This war inside me was just ravenous. It almost became a place of comfort because dealing with the pain was less scary to me than the pain of what it would take to change."
"All I ever wanted ... was to be was a mom," recalls Karen. "I didn't care about fame or fortune, big house, fancy career, nice car—none of that has ever been important to me. I just wanted to be a mom."
Read on for all the cute baby photos.
Some actions cause more damage than others. But the principles of what to do next are similar.