At the very heart of every struggle and problem we find ourselves in, God is there with us. It can be mountainously hard to feel him, to hear his voice calming us. Our God is always at our side. There is a quote often seen on social media that says "Sometimes God calms the storm, …
There is a commonality between the Israelites in the Old Testament and our calling today: we are commanded to obey our God. Good works, despite the difficulty and hardship, are commanded to us.
Putting normal life on hold to have a baby opened me up to hear from Him in a new way! Removing disruptions brought me into obedience, and the clarity I have is incredible.
We all have struggles and praises. Seasons are a part of our lives. Nothing stays the same and seasons never last forever.
Do you ever have days where you want to feel sorry for yourself? Even better, do you have those days where you know you would be feeling sorry for yourself but you can't help to smile at the blessings you have?
t may seem petty or insignificant, but the dream world we create can put a damper on what we have in real life. This is where we must guard our hearts and minds, training ourselves to see the blessings in every situation.
In Keep It Shut: What to Say, How to Say It, and When to Say Nothing at All, the author addresses the issue of the mouth. I personally was drawn to hearing this Proverbs 31 Ministries teacher's take on an issue that has gotten in my way many times. What are my general thoughts?