Life & Work
Here’s the big misconception…Finding the right spouse = finding the perfect person for you.The truth is there is a lot more to choosing someone to share your life with than most people know. And it has less to do with waiting than you might think.
Applying the Word of God to your life and ministry is the key to success. But sometimes, it’s easy to get caught up in the hows and whys of applying God’s Word to any given situation. It isn’t meant to be difficult—it’s simple to see the power of God at work!
Single parent, God loves you! Do you know that? Are you secure in that today? If you need a mental and spiritual pick-me-up in the Word, take a moment to meditate on these scriptures from your heavenly Parent, and remember who you are, who He is and just how much He loves you:
Have you made a HUGE mistake? Have you fallen into sin or experienced a broken relationship with a loved one? Have you made choices in your life that lead you question whether God could ever love you again? These are big questions but there’s good news: God always has a plan.
If you are a business owner, you know there are times when expanding your business seems like the best move. It could mean offering new services, buying new equipment or enlarging your space. As a Christian, it’s a decision that should involve the Lord.
The purpose of every Christian’s life is to be a blessing to all the families of the earth. God has things for you to do—wherever you are.
Are you ready to walk in your dreams? Are you ready to see the deep desires of your heart come to pass—financial blessings, a godly spouse, a healthy family, career success, fulfilled ministry calling?
People wonder why it’s so important to watch your focus, to protect what you watch, what you read and to whom you listen. I figured this out by experience years ago: I have a habit of following my eyes. Wherever I’m looking, that’s where I go.
Many Christians have fallen into the trap of following after perfectionism. They have somehow come to believe that they must be perfect in every way, that they must clean up their act before Jesus will love them. And yes, while Jesus desires that we love Him, He does not require perfection.
All we have to do is follow our Good Shepherd. All we have to do is go where He leads, say what He tells us to say, and do what He shows us to do, and He takes care of the rest. He makes us lie down in green pastures so we don’t want for anything.
Everyone has days when they need more joy to embrace the life God has given them. In fact, some of Paul’s final words of encouragement included the command, “Always be joyful” (1 Thessalonians 5:16). If you need to give your day a shot of joy, here are five ways to do it.
Now more than ever before, believers must pay attention to God’s instructions. We must take hold of the Word of God and refuse to let go—especially in difficult times. We must be like the writer of Psalm 119 who said: “Your word is a lamp to guide my feet and a light for my path.
When trouble arises, the most natural thing to do is to place the blame for it on someone or something. Sadly, many Christians have been falsely accusing God of being the cause of their troubles. They wrongly believe that trials and tribulations are God’s tools for developing and strengthening our...