This one is for everyone who’s mourning the loss of someone or something dear. Grief is a complex process. It is painful and frustrating and annoying. But there’s hope at the end of the tunnel.
Parents do not expect anything more than genuine love, admiration, and respect from their children. Are you giving your parents their due today?
A tribute to friends who pray for and with us, and a reminder that prayer is the best gift you could ever give to anyone!
Do I love God because of everything He gives to me? Because of everything He means to me? Because I need a constant, reliable friend? Or do I love God simply because He is? Simply because He exists and I have come to know His love?
Have you been a good child to your parents? Do you take care of them? You’re never too young to take care of them and to make them reap the fruits of their labor of love. Read this post and learn more!
I don’t have to have felt your pain to minister to you. It certainly does help when I have, but that’s not a prerequisite. A sincerely compassionate and empathetic heart comes from Jesus, not from experience.
Anything that flatters me in my preaching of the Gospel will end in making me a traitor to Jesus; I prevent the creative power of His Redemption from doing its work.
The profound realization of God makes you too unspeakably peaceful to be capable of any self-interest.
How do we get to this point? Please help me understand.
We are united in Christ. Complete in Him. Yes, we will have longings that can’t be fulfilled in this life until Christ returns and we see Him fully and our faith is turned to sight. But His completeness is Enough. And a done deal.
Have you ever felt like you’re not enough? Like you could do more, be more, give more, love more. No, not the kind that makes you want to do better, but the kind that makes you want to give up and lose hope. Do you know what I’m talking about?