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.
What is the will of God and what does it mean to be living for the will of God? How can we be sure that we are following the will of God and not our human desires?
Have you experienced the power of art dedicated to God? Art has this ability to touch us in a deep, emotional way and at the same time to teach us profound universal truths.
Seasons. Time to stay and time to move forward. Time to find courage to cross over into new territories, assignments, callings.
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.