In a way, we all have walls in our hearts. Sometimes, for whatever reason, we are too overprotected. These fortresses can keep out love — love from God, love from a neighbor, even love from the self.
Fear not, little flock, for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom.
If I try hard to be better, putting forth effort, perhaps my effort itself will be credited to me as righteousness.
The heart reacts in many different ways to how we face life—to our stresses, to an emergency, to endearing moments.
Be a good person. Find ways to fill your life with helpful and beneficial service to others. Do something honest with your own hands so that you can share it with others.
Jesus’s words simplify things for me when my discipleship becomes complicated.
God’s power is able to do FAR MORE ABUNDANTLY than all that we can even ask or THINK! (Ephesians 3:20)
The Chosen One knows you are useful and he’s got a place for you in his kingdom.
We are a product of Jesus’s ministry. But how do we feel about ourselves?
Sometimes the worst thing that we fear does not come to pass, but rather blessings arise out of the darkest moments of our lives, as Jacob learned firsthand in his face-to-face meeting with Esau.