“Instead of trying to fit this day into a preconceived mold, relax and be on the lookout for what I am doing. This mind-set will free you to enjoy Me and to find what I have planned for you to do. This is far better than trying to make things go according to your own

Last week I explained to you what I thought it meant to abide in Christ. It means: Living with Jesus Living in His Word Living out in obedience But I need to add one more. Last week was Passion Week.

“I chose you and appointed you so that you might go and bear fruit—fruit that will last” (Jn 15:5,16) What did Jesus mean we would bear fruit that will last? Was He talking about a good education for your kids,

But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. (Gal 5:22-23) I want the Fruit of the Spirit, don’t you? I want to have all the love, joy,

Worries, stress—they can prevent us from seeing God’s handiwork. Problems distort our vision and our ability to hear God. But make no mistake about it—God is at work. When we know that, we’ll keep from despairing. Plus, developing spiritual eyes (faith)

Is God asking you to do something that you just don’t want to do? Has He allowed a major difficulty in your life that you just can’t accept? You feel miserable. The issue is ever before you—

A flowing scarf, grass rustling in the slightness breeze, a buoy staying afloat despite tumultuous waves. These are all word

For most people submission is a dirty word. But I have found it to be a beautiful one!

Christians, young or old in the faith, want to grow and become more like Christ. But how do you do that? One key to this growth process is allowing the Lord to show you specifically where you fall short. We all fall short, but not necessarily in the same place. We need the Lord to tell us what

Does God expect us to be perfect? Some of us think so. But that isn't the truth!