A young woman at an event several years ago asked me a question. "If I tell you my story will you believe me?"
But we must be willing to follow the same pattern of instructions given to His first nation, Israel, to secure them.
Peggy Lakin was driving home from work without any inclination that her husband lay in a hospital bed on the brink of death.
The Father is calling to His sons and daughters, asking, "Who will go for us?"
It cannot be explained in a few words but I see at least seven ways grace strategically operates in our lives.
This one fear is the key to obliterating every other kind of fear.
"Give it all you've got. You'd better not quit!"
Through this journey, we learned how to live with a "peace that surpasses all understanding."
The thoughts we think lead to the feelings we feel and they, in turn, lead to the behaviors we act out.
We see ourselves flawed by our sins but do not see that we are great in God's eyes.
Our emotional well-being may be the most devastating outcome of the coronavirus crisis.
Can you imagine what it would be like to be thrown into prison for something you never did?
There will come a time when the enemy is allowed to wreak havoc on earth and wear down the saints — a time when faith is tested and proven (Dan. 7:21-22).
God asked Ezekiel, "Can these bones live?" And the answer was "Yes, and more!" (Ezek. 37:3).
You can empty the mess of your life in the presence of God and receive healing.
When temptation comes, we reject the spiritual weapons God has given us to fight and win; and we yield to sin and not to God.
Not responsible for doesn't mean you aren't accountable to clean it up.
If a broken dish needs to be thrown away, then what should be done with a broken person?
I went from seeing myself as a servant to a beloved daughter.
In the aftermath of that terrible day, we wrestled with the age-old question: Why does God allow so much evil in the world?