Whether it’s at home, work, or church, God calls us to be servant leaders who reflect humility and conviction. By drawing on the power of the Holy Spirit, we can be models of inspiration to others.
We don’t know the pain and sorrow others are going through. That’s why we need to be grace givers. We’re all in the same boat so let’s go easy on each other.
God loves you and wants to bring you to greater maturity through your painful experiences. Never lose hope—trust Him through your trials. God can heal even the most painful broken heart.
We all need wisdom and courage to stand up to false accusations. If you’re on the receiving end of hurtful words stay calm, speak the truth, and trust your defence to the Lord.
It takes knowledge of God’s Word to discern truth and detect error. Not only from what is said but from what is left out.
The “it’s all about me” attitude may be cute on a child, but it isn’t so cute on adults. Selfishness isn’t something we outgrow as we age. It takes a conscious effort to put others before ourselves.
When you’re faced with temptation, Scripture makes it clear that the best strategy is to run. Whatever it is, just say “no” and get out. It works.
Here are five great ways to stay young: develop your mind, enjoy your humour, use your strength, pursue opportunities, and serve and seek God.
What the great earthquake is to the Californian the great Tribulation is to the whole world. You will not escape it.
Certain anchors are dropped during childhood and if they’re not dealt with, they remain dropped, clinging to the bottom. And as the boat goes on in life, and as we get older, the anchor is dragging all along in whatever area is dropped and not dealt with.