Strength comes from choosing to fully trust, pray, and praise. Our circumstances may not change, but in the process we change.
Insight for Today
Written by Chuck Swindoll, these encouraging devotional thoughts are published seven days per week.
Old furniture, rich with the patina of age and history, is far more intriguing than the uncomfortable, modern stuff.
What fuel is to a car, the Holy Spirit is to the believer.
The promise of God is that He will not allow His children to beg for bread. He will care for our needs and that's the promise you can claim.
How busy we can become...and as a result, how empty! We mouth words, but they mean nothing. We find ourselves trafficking in unlived truths. We fake spirituality.
If you're waiting for a seamless, blemish-free week, friend, you're going to wait in vain. There is no such thing.
You want to see the end of the tunnel. Which is only natural, because once we see that little speck of light, we feel we can make it through to the finish.
If our message is a mirror image of the message of the world, the world yawns and goes on its way, saying, "What else is new? I've heard all that since I was born."
Following the will of God requires wisdom, clear thinking, and yes, even good old garden-variety common sense.
Make Hebrews 12:3 your aim: "Consider Him...so that you may not grow weary and lose heart."