What do you do when you feel exhausted and overwhelmed? Do you know that God has the best medicine when you feel exhausted? That is His presence and His words of comfort, wisdom, and encouragement.
How can we overcome the fear of the unknown? We want and pray for change – to start a new career, to restore a relationship, to learn a new skill, to write a book, to heal. The fulfillment of our goals, desires and God’s promises means change and venturing into the unknown. Often, what holds us back and is our greatest enemy is the fear of the unknown.
How are you fighting the fear of the unknown when it is gripping you? The uncertainty of a crucial medical check. The start of a new job. The relocation in another city. Do you know that God addresses very specifically the fear of the unknown in His word?
The delusion of hopelessness is mainly a consequence of false beliefs. When we adopt an attitude of mistrust, suspicion, and despair, and it becomes a firm mind-set, then the delusion of hopelessness takes control.
Peacemaking in relationships is based on three basic principles – these are the truth, the love and the good.
How does God love us? What are the expressions of God’s love? How does this affect our communication with other people? How can we love others truly and deeply by imitating God? Continue reading “13 Ways to Love Others by Expressing God’s Love”
What brings us satisfaction and contentment? Is there a way to live an everyday life of satisfaction and contentment? What do we do when our days do not develop the way we want? Continue reading “3 Biblical Keys to a Life of Satisfaction and Contentment”
The rhythm of life is change and development, itineration and returning. From our conception and birth, we constantly go through different phases of going in and going out. The fear of change, of the unknown and of the future are varieties of the fear of life. We can live our lives either in the rhythm of fear or in the rhythm of God’s love. Continue reading “How to Live in the Rhythm of God’s Love”
There is a great deception that blurs our eyes. And it prevents us from living according to our true identity as God’s children. This is the deception of compromising or the middle ground. This deception is rooted in the lie that we can live simultaneously under the leadership of two different masters. Or that at the same time we can to observe the laws of two different kingdoms. Continue reading “How to Аvoid the Deception of Compromising”
Are you grateful for the past? Can you look back in the past and thank God for every positive or negative event? For every success, for each failure, for all the good things, and for all the bad things? Do you expect the development of your life and your future with calm, joyful expectation and confidence? Continue reading “How to Overthrow the Idol of the Past”