To some, truth is whatever you want it to be. So, I ask the question, is truth rare? The answer is no. Truth itself is not rare, but it may be hard to find in our culture where there are so many contradictions.
The meanings of names have fascinated me, and some do fit a person. There is One magnificent name which stands above them all.
Moses asked God to show him His glory. So God made a way. Hidden in the crevice, Moses saw God’s glory from the back.
We can resist the skulking enemy when we unite in love, guided by the Holy Spirit, strengthened by faith, and putting on the armor of God.
I had a shock of surprise and trauma, but I was not alone. God provided, through friends and family, upholding me through the entire ordeal.
What comes to mind when you hear this call: At ease! Soldiers at attention and then relaxed? How can that translate into our everyday lives?
These are beliefs rooted in truth, the truth of the gospel, and that truth has set me free. I believe this with all my heart.
Community and safety seem to go hand in hand. God cares for His people and has made us for community. As we work together, sharing His love, using our words and talents to encourage one another, we are part of a bigger story – God’s story of love and redemption.
Do you know what is a fascinating fact? The mysterioutruth that God, our Creator, stooped down in the form of a baby to become human.
Life can sometimes feel overwhelming with all the trials and struggles, and any number of issues can cause it. Often, we forget to take our burdens to God, or we might wonder if it will really do any good. I’m here to tell you that there is healing for a broken spirit with examples from the Bible and my own life.