Dear me: Lifelines,Faith,Hope,humility,Peace,Psalms Series,Refiner's Fire,Restoring Wonder,Seeing God,The Broken Way
September 21, 2017
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There is something deeply comforting about being seen as we are and accepted anyway.
I started searching into my own self, realizing how far from God I had traveled.
But faith is not measured by our ability to manipulate God to get what we want. It is measured by our willingness to submit to what He wants.
A flourishing human existence finds its source of power in God and is demonstrated through a life of love.
Nothing is beyond God’s capacity, ability, or desire to redeem, restore, and reconcile.
If charity begins at home, why do we sometimes struggle to show charity in our own homes, with the people closest to us?
You are able to walk Jesus strong because of who He is and what He has already done.
Often what we need to hear most is reflected back to us through the journey of someone else.
The gospel of Jesus Christ is our only hope and security of enduring approval, of eternal validation, of spiritual fulfillment, of eternal joy.
Real, God-imbued happiness is not the absence of sadness or badness. Rather, it is hanging on to the truth of His sovereign goodness regardless of what’s going on within or around us.
Prayer is about a deep and vital relationship with the God who made and loves us.
It takes a lot of courage to face who we are and a great deal of responsibility to deal with it.
I have spent more of my time trying to control the crazy on the outside than I have working toward creating calm on the inside.
Today is the right day to make your decisions in light of the truth that God owns it all. Live your life in this world while investing in the next.
Let’s talk — I’d love for us to get to know each other…
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