We cannot have wisdom without God's Word.
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We must be imitators of Christ to conquer these challenges.
"The truth of the matter is we can never really know Him beyond what we experience, beyond what is revealed to us."
Many times people want what others have instead of staying in their God-appointed lane.
This doesn't mean we will have a life absent of trials, but in all things, we can rejoice.
Sacrificing sugar to step into my destiny has been the sweetest decision I ever made.
Sometimes our faith life goes through seasons of fatigue, lethargy and confusion, but it doesn't have to stay that way.
What will you choose?
Asking questions is good, but asking the right questions is better.
We must not refuse the processes that reveal the purpose of God in our lives.
Taking time to exam this aspect of our lives is not to bring on shame or hopelessness. Instead, it is an invitation to go higher.
It's one thing to learn from history but another to intentionally mine current events as preparation for the future.
In these moments, God can seem so far away, and faith can seem nonexistent.
What will you do to combat it?
But He's not going to do it for you.
Disoriented doesn't have to mean defeated.
When we understand the intricacies of His creation with our physical eyes, our spiritual eyes can be better opened to see His plan.
But regret will worm its way into your heart and plant seeds of doubt in God's good plans.
There are unhealthy views that can creep in as we wait for Christ's return.
Untied shoelaces offer an applicable analogy for life's difficult moments.