One of the sure marks of a maturing believer is an increased desire to want to please God. They often think about this question: Does it please the Lord?
Paul's reflections on how Lois and Eunice, the primary disciplers in Timothy's life, gave the world an infectious servant-leader.
You can trust the God who is captivated by every detail of your life! He rejoices over you with singing and dancing. He watches over you with tenderness and affection.
There is nothing you will face today that isn't already under the authority of Jesus. The same power that rose Jesus from the grave lives in us. You can live in this present reality.
Never apologize for a God-sized vision or a bold faith. Remember that the mediocre majority always dies in the wilderness, but those "different" spirits always find their Promised Land.
Getting over ourselves is part of growing up and making room for more of Jesus in our lives. Grace is an amazing gift that frees us from the bondage of viewing our lives as an image or reputation that needs to be protected.
Fake news has taken our world by storm. With the phenomenon of social media and news outlets propagating their own political agendas, it’s getting more difficult to distinguish fact from fiction. A similar battle for truth takes place every day in our spiritual lives.
Paul believed that his life in Christ was worth imitating: "Be imitators of me just as I am of Christ." If someone follows you, will they end up at Jesus?
The hard is what makes it great. God is most glorified not when the cards are in our favor, but when the deck is stacked against us—and we overcome.
If we don't use our time wisely, it will become a villain to us, rather than a gift. Spiritual lessons from Alice: Through the Looking Glass.