We don’t have to have it all together for Jesus to help us.
I was recently thinking, how do I first find faith? And how do I decide where to put my faith?
Sometimes we try to live our lives on our own terms and push Jesus away.
Jacob’s feelings fit into one short phrase: “Everything is against me.” Ever been there?
No matter how bleak, barren and forlorn your life may appear, God has plans to redeem you and make you blossom.
What is the key to maintaining trust in God even as evil knocks at your door?
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?
James spends a lot of effort in his letter calling me to action. We all have an obligation and we all have capabilities.
What I really need to see is my need for Christ, and our Heavenly Father’s gracious provision of him!
Years ago I began expanding my own concluding benediction remarks. The process has been enjoyable and thought-provoking for me.