Nothing is riskier than letting Jesus control our words, but nothing is more satisfying than speaking up for Him.
As we spend time with Jesus, as we get to know more about Him, as we focus on Him we can’t help but become more like Him – More self-aware, more confident, more self-controlled, more content.
Week 1: Jesus, Reset My Heart a fresh start through prayer Core Truth The reset that Jesus offers begins with you and me. When we allow our lives to be reset from sin, cynicism, and self-reliance to faith in Jesus—his grace, his love, his transformation—all the other resets we want and need can and will follow. Welcome to the first installment of our new series, Reset: Jesus Changes Everything, a four-week experience that promises to do just that . .…
Discovering a purpose for pain in 2 Corinthians. God comforts us so that we may comfort others. Our capacity to comfort other people is determined by the degree to which we’ve suffered.
Learn the secret of contentment – Christ in you, empowering you.
If you are in an in-the-meantime season of life, would you be willing to consider receiving it as a gift with a purpose and a promise? The purpose may not yet have been revealed, but the promise is right now, “God’s grace is sufficient for you.” His power will be made perfect in your weakness.
God is not absent, apathetic, or angry with you. If you are in an “In the Meantime” set of circumstances right now, you are not alone, and you are not the first.
All of us are like Ruth. Without a redeemer we will face death and the punishment for our sins. Jesus came to die in our place to pay for our debt of sin before God. He bought us back to be part of God’s family and saved from sin for all eternity.
Find joy in trials for trials exercise our faith.
Our present sufferings are nothing to be compared with our future hope. Our present sufferings are just another reminder of the global consequences of sin. It’s another reminder of our need for a Savior, of the world’s need for a Savior. Our current circumstances are just another reminder that one day, God will in fact make all things new.