Changing the world doesn’t have to sound intimidating, it’s simply a matter of saying “yes” to Jesus regarding those in your path of responsibility or proximity of influence.
We don’t need to buy into the lie that wisdom is elusive or beyond us. God has never been veiled or cryptic in His leading.
Jacob and Esau teach us a lot about the ministry of reconciliation. For reconciliation to happen, we must be willing to see God in difficult people.
The most wonderful time of the year can be quite a mess. I look around and recognize that there’s not a whole lot of “happy” left in the holidays.
Jesus knows full well what he is riding into in your life. He knows the hurt, the loneliness, the grief, the betrayal, the anger, the doubt, the despair, and the constant struggle.
Paul pleaded three times for his weakness to be taken away. Then he learned the spiritual art of letting his life become a canvas for God to magnify Himself through weakness.
St. Patrick the Missionary was a slave who converted to Christianity and became a missionary to Ireland.