Fear can make us feel powerless, like there is nothing we can do.
In Peace I Will Lie Down and Sleep (Psalm 143:8)
It is hard to just say “Brain, stop!” but it is not too difficult to say “Brain, think about this instead.”
I Will Never Abandon You (Ruth 1:16)
Naomi was understandably feeling vulnerable—even admitted she felt bitterness towards God about what had happened in her life.
Do You Hear Him? (John 10:3)
He knows me, and he loves me.
In the Arms of My Father (Deuteronomy 1:31)
You’re so tired and this journey is so hard.
The Gift Giver (James 1:17)
Once we establish that the good in our lives is sent from God, we know whom to thank.
Why, God, Why Has This Happened? (Job 36:26)
What is the key to maintaining trust in God even as evil knocks at your door?
Risk the Derision and Proclaim His Name (Romans 1:16)
It can be scary to open up—what if they say I’m crazy to believe in the Bible? What if they make fun of me? What if they laugh? What if they unfriend me?
Ask for Direction (Jeremiah 6:16)
Determining whom to trust can be next to impossible. So where can we go when we are lost?
Joy Is All Around You (Matthew 6:34)
While wallowing in worries about things that have not yet happened, I may be oblivious to a wonderful moment occurring right in front of me.