We live in challenging times, struggling every day with discouragement and disillusionment. And exactly in such times, God’s Word encourages us it is time to hope again and be glad because of what He is about to do.Continue reading “Time to Hope Again”
What are the most powerful lessons of unmet expectations?Continue reading “Three Powerful Lessons of Unmet Expectations”
Friend, do you struggle to find the courage and strength your heart craves? I have a helpful resource for you.Continue reading “How to Find the Courage and Strength Your Hearts Craves”
It seems we are in a season when weeping lasts. But hear the good news: joy comes in the morning!Continue reading “Joy Comes in the Morning”
Today I’m happy to introduce you to my friend, the founder of Devotable and the publisher of Equality: Created Equal in His Image Devotional and Journal – Landen Melton. He is the creator and founder of Devotable and the publisher of three compilation books.Continue reading “Meet the Publisher of Equality: Created Equal in His Image Devotional”
Do you wonder how it is possible to be sorrowful, yet always rejoicing as the Bible exhorts us?
I have never thought this could happen to me, but it is fact–I am struggling with disillusionment in faith.
Is your heart hungry for hope? I have good news for you, friend: there are three great Biblical reasons to have hope. When we recall and meditate on these profound truths, our hearts get oxygen to breathe again and cultivate a joyful expectation.
Friend, if life has plunged you in darkness right now, I want to encourage you and share with you three spiritual disciplines to grow in a season of pain. Seasons of intense suffering, pain, and sorrow provide the perfect soil for the growth of our faith, endurance, character, and hope.
Friend, if you are currently in a season of grief and pain, perhaps you find it challenging to praise God with emotional integrity. How can you come to God and worship Him when your heart is broken and overwhelmed by intense emotions like sorrow, anger, disappointment, fear, and anxiety?