People-pleasing is a rejection-based way of thinking.
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If so, read this to learn what to do instead.
It's time to get back on the Holy Spirit's treadmill.
There are two ways we bear good fruit.
Yes, speaking in tongues defies all logic and rational thinking. That's the point.
Have you fallen for this lie?
We are individual rocket ships, needing just the right mix of fuel to launch into the unknown, high above the trials of life.
You might be chasing the wrong things, even while you go to church each week.
You may have an Inner Pharisee that has trained you to see life through shame, condemnation and punishment.
If you're a people-pleaser, the answer is most likely yes.
If you don't speak in tongues, are you saved?
"I told Him I would not leave that building dead, that I had a purpose and He would fulfill all the promises He made over my life. I knew in that moment that I was chosen, and God had something big for me."
Have you ever needed to make an important life decision and felt the weight of the world pressing down on your shoulders?
The apostle Paul was one such individual that the disciples didn't see coming.
So what habits are necessary?
Beware of these spiritual Trojan horses!
God wants us to hate what is evil. So why don't many Christians live that way?
"What hurts a lot of Christians is they only got part of the message of grace, they only got part of the good news of grace. So consequently, they're missing some important components ..."
We have the right, even the obligation, to call upon the resources of heaven to accomplish His will in our lives.
For many families, hope for the future seems hard to come by at times.