I have found it really effective when talking to someone who is angry to say, “You sound angry about this,” or “I can hear that this is making you feel angry.” This gives the other person permission to be angry; an emotion that so many of us shy away from as if it is contagious.
Do we get too focused on what others (like the seven churches) are doing well or doing poorly? Let’s not lose sight of the beautiful promises to all those who overcome!
I remind myself to take time to stop and wait; and I will see the Mighty One’s goodness in my day.
If the Noah story were a parable about baskets or fish or coins or sheep, we would not miss the point. We would naturally draw out lessons of abundance.
Comfort one another, the day is fast approaching.
Perfect peace is simply a product of putting one’s trust in God—full stop.
Our Heavenly Father is ever present. He covers and protects us with his wings of grace and comfort.
Our names are written in the Book when we connect to the promises!
It’s so hard to guard our hearts when the things we want most in life feel just out of reach.
By living a life guided by God’s principles He promises to work in your life and he will not withhold good.