Life In Abundance Blog
He doesn’t call us to live under our pages of regret; he calls us to rise above, seek his face and be a living vessel of his work.
What if I…just did one simple thing – let it go?
The problem with our goals is that, although well-intentioned, they are not complete without God’s input.
He sees us through a timeless lens: simultaneously as we are AND how we will one day be!
Then, one day God did “exceedingly abundantly above all that I could ask or think.” He provided the item to me free of charge, and the item was much nicer and bigger than what I would have purchased myself. Just remember, this was not a needed item; it was just something on my “wish list”.
Is God good or is God bad? I’m supposed to demonstrate my love to God by showing him I’m afraid?!?
I do know that the longer it takes me to recognize my heart has stopped beating, the longer it takes it to start beating again. God is the common denominator for my heart to start beating. He uses people, places and things, but God is the one who breathes life back into my body and soul.
God knows exactly what can encourage us and often he uses us, willing or not, to encourage others.
I think about the requests we have and pray as if it is up to me to have to provide for the request. Consequently, I pray minimal (appetizer-sized) prayers.
“But David encouraged himself in the Lord.” 1 Samuel 30:6
God is the great Healer and Comforter. Thanks to Him, I no longer let tomorrow’s worries steal from my today.
Our God is omnipotent; he doesn’t take orders from me.
I now feel “like a tree planted by the rivers of water that brings forth its fruit in its season; Whose leaf also shall not wither and whatever he does shall prosper.”
She believes she is forgiven
Understanding of the Father’s love for me has been essential in learning to hear His voice more clearly.
A surrendered heart and life are how I move on the earth.
God has lead me to discover that being vulnerable with other believers brings significant power and freedom.
As followers of Jesus Christ, we have the privilege of filtering our disappointments through hope in Him.
Christian counseling is rooted in God’s wisdom, not man’s wisdom.
Friendship with a God who never fails is something I can rest in.