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Investing in whatever it takes to heal our underlying shame beliefs will influence how we see ourselves on the surface.
We fear because ultimately we wonder if we can trust God to do His job well.
You’re not trying to raise perfect children, you are trying to raise godly children— people who love God with all their hearts and who are following hard after Jesus.
There is a time for death, but there is also a time for birth. Our hearts, though heavy, need not despair.
What I really needed all along, more than anything, was to see myself through His eyes.
No matter how painful your story or how much shame you may feel, God is strong and loving enough to deal with it.
God wants us to dream with Him so that our hearts dance with joy and purpose, so that we get to know Him in deeper ways and point others to Him.
Our culture has trained us to hurry, and when we give in to haste, we miss opportunities of connection with God and others.
Our goals as parents is to enhance that light, to help them see it, and give them the life tools to use their light for God’s glory.
Shame keeps us striving for acceptance, but grace gives us an eternal belonging.
Will I trust God and His promises, power, wisdom, and love, or will I proudly turn to my own resources to manage my life?
Prayer is that intersection between an almighty God and our all-encompassing need.
I believe God in His gracious mercy repeated this command as an encouragement because He knew fear is the tool the enemy would use to try to derail us, distract us and depress us.
No marriage, no spouse, no circumstance is too hard for His redemptive resurrection power.
What was the truth: what I felt and heard and interpreted in the culture, or what God spoke over me through a psalm?
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