If we gain it back, it can make a difference in a self-centered world.
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Hint: It has nothing to do with your job.
The former co-host of "The View" and ABC's "Good Morning America Weekend" finds true contentment in her kingdom assignment.
Especially if you think our loving Father in heaven is actually an "angry dad."
It will benefit others when you do it right.
It holds more weight than most people realize.
Many believers have done it and fallen into this trap.
Billie Jauss says, "It's time to give up all those adverse reactions, thoughts and obstacles preventing us from accepting God's best: His love, His mercy, His forgiveness."
Look to Psalm 37 for some answers.
Many of us have it but don't recognize it.
We who walk with Jesus walk entirely by nothing but faith.
Controversy may be on the other side of your "no," but it's not worth the compromise you would choose with your "yes."
Many want to discover their kingdom purpose. God starts by planting a need within you. Sow a seed into that need and discover your kingdom purpose.
"God taught me through that dark season to trust His character and worship Him no matter what."
You will see messages from God all over the place.
"When you're in a quandary, you have to go back to what has stood the test of time," Dr. Mark Sherwood says. "And [those are] the words of God Himself."
Changed intent changes you.
A 2016 survey revealed that the majority of contemporary Evangelicals have unbiblical beliefs regarding original sin, moral depravity, the Holy Spirit and Jesus being the only way to salvation.
This inspiring story will help you forgive even the worst offenders in your life.
Which inciting incident will call out your God-given destiny?