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.
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?
Insecurity hurts. It ruins days, breaks relationships, makes others uncomfortable around you. How do we combat it?
Have you ever been told that you, or something about you, is unique? Often times this particular word is seems to be used with an inflection of the voice that leaves us unsure if we have been complimented or insulted. Simple Definition of unique —used to say that something or someone is unlike anything or …
What do you know about yourself? That is an odd question to ask, but one that has come up more often than I ever imagined possible in the past few years of my life. It is initially uncomfortable and sometimes frustrating to learn about yourself.
As Christians it can be easy to put walls up around everything from the world and name it as bad. But what do we accomplish from this?