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If you want to avoid temptation, don't go window shopping.
There is faith at the start of a journey, and reflection at the end, but the middle is where the hard work becomes heavy or what we're wishing for seems distant.
Lord, be in the big moments, the little moments, the in-between and uncertain moments.
Ever feel like you're the only one with "unfigured-out" dreams?
God has pledged His Word to us that whatsoever we ask in Christ's name and in faith, shall be done.
The most precious thing we can pass down to children is our faith.
Have you ever known anyone to cling to something good such as a high school accomplishment, one mountaintop experience, or one accolade? What do you think Paul would have to say about that?
One of the great fringe benefits of being a Christian is joy.
Jesus assured them that he would not leave them without comfort. He would send his Holy Spirit to sustain and guide them. And he does the same for us.
Take care of your character, and God will take care of your reputation.
You are never too small for God to use, but you can be too big.
A message of hope for moms, for those who still wait to be moms, and for the many dear women who nurture and lead...
Motherhood is a great honor and privilege, yet it is also synonymous with servanthood.
Perhaps you, too, have known deep sorrow around a national day devoted to celebrating mothers.
If we miss God in the big picture, he will be sure to make himself known in the plain, the small and the near.
You can't get close to somebody if there's fear in the relationship. If insecurity destroys relationships, then what builds them?
The letter was dated March 26, 1914. I unfolded the fragile, yellowed paper and struggled to read the faded ink...
Withered branches in my heart constantly need to pulled off and thrown away. You too?
The Bible clearly defines the following as ministries of the church: worshiping the living God, instructing and edifying believers, making disciples of all nations, and serving the needy.
Sure, Jesus was kind and tender and gentle when it came to broken, repentant sinners. But when it came to unrepentant, religious phonies, Jesus was as tough as nails and spoke directly and bluntly to them.