We don’t have to have it all together for Jesus to help us.
Everyday, in hopes of fitting in, we are influenced by other people. But we can lose ourselves in the hopes of being what others want.
God has great plans for us even if we can’t see it at the time. He can turn our darkness into light.
Today I’m rejoicing! . . . Because God listens, because God provides, because of my fellow believers, and because of my Lord, Jesus.
Naomi was understandably feeling vulnerable—even admitted she felt bitterness towards God about what had happened in her life.
Sometimes my desire to act gets in the way of my being in faith.
When we see a rainbow, we remember God’s promises and rejoice in his mercy—but, we don’t see rainbows very often.
Paul’s words, quoting David, are a reminder that the same opportunity for restored happiness that was given to David is also available to us.
I was recently thinking, how do I first find faith? And how do I decide where to put my faith?
Who would have thought after all the scriptures we’ve been given that religion acceptable to God could be distilled to something so simple?