We get to be generous with our encouragement to those around us because we serve a truly generous God.
So often we cry out wondering why God would let us endure such pain – without realizing we are the ones with hair in our hands.
The past year has been challenging for all of us, in one way or another. Whether it’s COVID-19, inflation, job stress, health issues, or a myriad of other concerns, without the hope of being in relationship to God, we are easily overwhelmed.
Are you in control? We sure do try. You might organize your day planner, clean a closet or take charge of something you’ve been wishy washy on. But what if the best thing you could do for you was to let go, and let God?
The spiritual parallels between the this and our life with God are endless. It’s the clearest picture of His mercy and grace washing the guilt and shame away completely.
Dry spells are moments when we doubt God’s presence in our lives. We may cognitively know that God is always near, but we struggle to truly feel His presence.
There’s nothing fun about the tough times of life. But if we focus on God, our worries disappear and we find encouragement in Him.
I’ve never really known how to live in the moment. I’m definitely considered a forward-thinker. I’m always thinking about what is next, whether it’s a chore on my to-do list, a new goal that I would like to achieve, or a new hobby to throw myself into. When I found out I was pregnant, I started…