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.
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.
The sticky stuff. The uncomfortable situations life puts us into. Discomfort when confronted with an issue you don't feel at ease with or know much about.
The world view of love and the beliefs of the Christian marriage are far cries from one another today. What is real fact in Biblical standings?
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?