Instead of slipping back into 'life as usual," here is how you can move from glory to glory.
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Something needs to change when Christians act this way. There must be accountability.
Kyle Winkler shares some hard-hitting truth for how to get over it and experience lasting fulfillment.
Moses, Isaiah and Nehemiah all knew what the antidote is and took advantage of it to do great things. You can too.
You're not meant to live this way. Take the place that God has prepared for you.
In these situations, we must trust God and His sovereignty.
It's a problem Moses struggled with but overcame with the right choice.
God isn't finished with you, so keep on moving forward.
God is pleased when His children take on this characteristic.
You may know precisely what God has called you to do, but don't get anxious or impatient about when He will execute His plan.
As believers, we must be intentional about this.
Know that He is more passionate about your godly dreams and desires than you are.
We can't be on target in the center of God's will if we're continually missing the mark.
Don't look for shortcuts. They don't exist.
Leaders should be known for their thinking rather than their moods.
It may sound ridiculous, but read this and think about it.
Where we draw the line in many life situations says a lot about our character.
You can make a lot of wrong choices when you're afraid. God doesn't want you living that way.
It will help lift you out of your personal world of concern into the broad universe of everlasting truth.
In fact, it's one of the keys to stress reduction in your life.