Weeping is a physical expression of solidarity and understanding—a live action demonstrating interpersonal connections that are comforting to people in pain.
Our actions are likely directed by the items with which we gird ourselves.
Don’t get caught up in the moment. You always have a choice.
James spends a lot of effort in his letter calling me to action. We all have an obligation and we all have capabilities.
Years ago I began expanding my own concluding benediction remarks. The process has been enjoyable and thought-provoking for me.
We can testify to God’s existence by showing love to those around us, and through our unity with fellow believers.
What I do today is very important because I am exchanging a day of my life for it.
When we take on God’s name, we need always to conduct ourselves so He looks good.
As God is the one who sustains my life, every minute belongs to Him.
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.