Do you wonder how to endure trials with joy?
Do you want to become a person of prayer and deeds? We have a great example of such a person in the face of the Nehemiah in the Bible who initiated and oversaw the rebuilding of the Jerusalem walls after the restoration of the second temple.
Why can we be thankful for hopes deferred?
What is the biggest news you have ever received? Do you remember how your heartbeat accelerated with excitement and joyful anticipation? Perhaps you even leaped for joy or did a happy dance and were eager to tell everybody about your big news.
What is the path to restoration after devastation? Is restoration possible at all? Perhaps you have experienced a heavy loss or heartbreak and ask yourself these questions in your pain and sorrow.
What does it mean to be holy?
Is there an area in your life where you need a second start?
Have you had the feeling that nobody cares and that your life has no meaning and purpose? Have you felt this void in you, full of aching and longing, thirsty for unconditional love and belonging, for something stable and secure?
Do you have days when you want to have more meaning and purpose in life? Often, when we are having a difficult time or struggle with hopelessness and depression, we long to infuse our days with more meaning and purpose.
What does it mean to put our hope in God? The Bible is full of instructions to put our hope in God. It is important to know what this means and how to do it practically.