God doesn’t want us to live unbridled, frenzied, and ineffective lives for His Kingdom—living for self and not Him or others. If we don’t want to remain like an unruly horse that is unusable, we must let God tame us—not to break our spirit, but to break our will.
That sense of awe we get when we see the Milky Way or the Grand Canyon is God revealing Himself to us—His glory and attributes. The more we know Him the more we will love our magnificent Creator!
A "sanctified imagination" of our heavenly home will help us during the hardships of life!
The human race has been plagued with loneliness ever since the fall of mankind, and this pandemic has certainly increased our aloneness. But we can know that we are not alone in our aloneness!
God’s revelations of Himself spur us on to persevere during the hard times. They are foretastes of heaven. They help us know it’ll be worth it—that He’ll be worth it!
If you want to sense God's presence, you'll need to spend time with Him.
Have you ever felt overwhelmed with the presence of God and think, “How can it ever get better than this?!" And then it does! Find out how this is possible!
Sometimes God DOES give us our dreams! Read how one of mine came true.
Experience is the best teacher. The more you do something the better you become. The same is true in our spiritual walk toward maturity.
One of the the biggest lessons I gleaned from this hiking experience is that we need wisdom as well as perseverance.