How can we draw near to God?
Are we keeping the faith in times of crisis? How can we build up our faith and be prepared when the crisis hits?
With this unprecedented pandemic, we need more than ever the art of disciplining our minds in difficult times. Thoughts have consequences. They affect our mental and emotional health. Not only our current thoughts but also our belief systems play a crucial role in our well-being and stability. When the crisis hit, it exposes and challenges our beliefs. Is our house built on sand or on a Rock?
Seasons. Time to stay and time to move forward. Time to find courage to cross over into new territories, assignments, callings.
Today I’m happy to introduce you to my writing friend and author of Transforming Your Thought Life: Christian Meditation in Focus – Sarah Geringer. She is a speaker, artist, and author of three self-published books.Continue reading “Meet the Author of Transforming Your Thought Life”
Remembering God is a practice widely spoken of in the Bible. What does it mean to remember God in daily life and why are we to remember Him continually?
How can we responsibly handle our expectations and thus increase our satisfaction in life? The hotel is crowded and loud, the desired job comes in a package with a complaining colleague, the attempts to eat healthy fail, a friend refuses to help at the last minute, the husband has forgotten the anniversary.
One of the most important results of God’s redemptive and transformational work in us is the righteous judgment and discernment. It serves as a basis for decision-making and action. The righteous judgment is the basis for overcoming in life. Continue reading “4 Principles of the Righteous Judgment and Discernment”
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”