We all yearn to be loved unconditionally. Through the years, that desire to be known, seen, & loved grows into something more…
We often use Philippians 4:13 to help us push through whatever battles we’re facing, but that’s not how Paul intended us to interpret it.
Jeremiah 29:11 is one of the most famous verses to recite, yet we’re so focused on finding comfort that we miss what the Lord asks us to do!
There is a time for everything. Nevertheless, in each time and season, there remains one constant, the Lord. He never changes!
As we begin preparing for the Passover Seder and Feast of Unleavened Bread, now is the perfect time to reflect on who our Passover lamb is!
How often do we question the voice in our head when it tells us to do something? No, how often do we hide when we’re made uncomfortable?
If you’re reading this and have fallen into the trap of the enemy’s lies, know this — it’s not too late to grasp the hand God is reaching out.
Any illness feels torturous when you’re in the midst of the storm, but it’s the recovery that is the most mentally trying.
Do you feel like you have to prove yourself worthy of the gift of salvation? God doesn’t think so. He’s chosen you & called you by name!
Are you patient? There is a level of surrender and trust we all must reach in our relationships with God, so be prepared, wait, and seek Him!
“What can be harmful about an innocent kiss? Surely there’s nothing wrong in just seeing what it would feel like?” She thought.
How quickly do we forget the promises of God when we focus on the danger ahead of us? In your hearts, be still and know God is in control
I don’t know what you’re going through. Maybe you’re being bullied. Whatever it is, there is hope when we set our faces like flint on God!
Lord, when will it be my turn? After attending a wedding this past week, my hope dwindled as I listened to Satan’s little whispers…
I want to live my life with the faith Peter had when he got out of the boat and walked toward Yeshua — making the impossible possible!
We live in a precarious era, but last time I checked, that doesn’t mean our stories have come to an end, or our work is any less important
I’m going to be completely honest, this has been a rough week, and I’ve struggled to feel positive as discouragement has weighed me down.
When so many people are going through trials, battling illnesses, or mourning the loss of loved ones, it’s our duty to stand in the gap.
“When you’re marked and going through the development process, your opportunities will often be wrapped in obstacles.” ~ Michael Todd
Dissent from the Kingdom of Noise – Is your mind overflowing with so many thoughts that you’re struggling to hear the voice of God?
We have all been told to love others and be a light to the world, but more often than not, we fall into the trap of loving on condition.
Have you ever cried out to God, “This was not the plan!”? We can plan ahead all we want, but in the end, the Lord’s plans will prevail!
How often do we compromise our faith for the sake of being accepted, recognized, or accomplished in this world?
Don’t give up hope! The locusts might have destroyed everything, but our God is greater and will do more wonders if we would only PRAISE, SEEK, TRUST, and OBEY Him!
Being on top feels great at first; but, when the rush wears off, the fruit produced in the glory of the moment is not usually sweet.
Sometimes all it takes is one step of faith to reveal the hallway of doors we couldn’t see from behind the corner.
Today is Shavuot (Pentecost), may your day be filled with joy, worship, and peace! How are you celebrating this momentous day?
Do you pray for those who come against you? What fruit does your heart produce when you watch the news or experience persecution?
Have you lost your joy? What are you holding onto? Your joy is not lost; however, every day, we must choose to lay our worries down!
Do you believe you are enough? The shame you once had no longer needs to hold you back from receiving the future God has in store for you!