Our imaginations were intended to breed faith, not fear. God wants to restore dark or dull imaginations this year, flooding the creative areas of our minds with his glorious light, unfettered hope, and limitless possibilities.
True wisdom - flowing from intimate encounter with the Living God - leads us into a new year with adamant hope and great expectations that the best is yet to come.
Hope broke through more than two-thousand years ago in an unsuspecting manger hidden in the outskirts of Bethlehem. And still today, Christ is breaking through for people in unexpected and powerful ways. We can be a people of adamant hope because we serve a good God who always has our best interest at heart.
God loves to see His body in a continual exchange of giving and receiving. When one is help-less, another is help-ful.
The Holiday season is a great time for festivity and joy, but for many, it is the most discouraging time of the year. When a heavy heart is all consuming and depression’s presence looms, hope can feel impossible to grasp. But God wants to speak his truth into the broken places of our heart and offer a hope that is genuine and healing that will last.
Wealth and fame are not the key to happiness. God holds the key to happiness and offers it to you freely. A close relationship to Him brings love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.
Praise is a natural response to demonstrations of God’s nature all around us. Living a lifestyle of perpetual praise means making a practice out of continually coming into the Father’s presence with an offering of gratitude, regardless of temporal circumstances.
I used to think celebrations were extra.But I’ve discovered that God deems them essential. Throughout scripture we find evidence for His elaborate design for festivity.Through His Old... read more
Planning for heaven is a much more rich experience than planning for any riches here on earth. As we honor Him, we gain the understanding of the heavenly context of our earthy experiences.