In this crazy information age, we must always remain on guard with what we allow into our minds. This is vital because incoming information affects the way we think—our belief system, and consequently our behavior. We cannot afford to be passive. If we want to act more like Jesus we need to think more like Jesus. Learn about the different factors that affect the way we think, which will enable us to be more proactive in the way we live.
Just like we don't need to understand everything about beauty or color in order to appreciate it, we don't need to know and understand everything about God and His Word in order to believe and accept it as true.
Trusting God is not easy or automatic. It’s going to take more than a casual desire to change the way you think and act. However, there are MANY reasons why we should trust God. And when you become aware of the wonderful benefits of placing your trust in God, you will be motivated to put in the effort, and find it to be well worth it!
We are certainly living in uncertain times! But we don't have to remain fearful. We can replace our fear with faith in in a faithful God by recalling the times God has been faithful to us. Since He cannot change, we can KNOW He will come through again and again and again.
We hear it all the time: “Just trust God.” But how do you actually do it? A large part of trusting God more lies in understanding the difference between belief, faith, and trust. Read more in this week's post.
Did you ever wonder what God expects of us? Gratefully, He doesn’t expect us to immediately have a Christ-like attitude upon our salvation, but to work toward it.
Life can get so busy that we can’t focus on the task at hand. This affects our peace, relationships, effectiveness and efficiency! But if we let God be our Plate-Spinner, our life doesn’t have to be a circus!
Have you ever felt overwhelmed with the presence of God and thought it could never get better than that—and then it does? Find out how and why this is possible!
Our pets can teach us many things about God. God wants to be known and will use anything at His disposal to show us who He is and how He works, and in a way that makes sense to us. He often takes the tangible things inside of our world to teach us spiritual realities. Read about just one of those lessons which God taught me here.