We love the innocence of little children. They see the world through fresh eyes, laugh easily, dance without feeling embarrassed. Being around them even helps us to see the world differently. Many summers ago, a little girl was visiting our family and playing outside when it started to rain. Hard. We all ran for shelter. […]
By all means, hope, pray, and seek freedom from temptations. And be smart to avoid temptations that you can. But do not be discouraged at internal temptations that persist. Remember, the pinnacle of Christ’s ministry, the summit of His love for you was demonstrated not on a cruise but on a cross.
If you watch how my wife and I respond when our kids fess up to something they did wrong, you might think we just watched them hit a home run. God’s this way, too. Here’s why.
Self-awareness is vital to gaining freedom. But beware the dangers.
It makes sense why we find ourselves drawn to stories, movies, and songs about a nobody who becomes someone spectacular.
There’s a difference between learning about God and getting to know God.