Spirit, mind and body—those are the three areas that comprise you. If any one area is neglected, then you suffer. You won’t be as spiritually, physically or emotionally strong as you should be. That’s why it’s important to nourish each and every area of your life.
Everywhere you turn negativity pops up—news, social media, gossip columns, workplace water coolers, talk radio, even the family dinner table. If you’re not on guard, that negativity will color the way you look at your life, work, family and home.
No matter what you face during this holiday season, you can find encouragement through praise and thanksgiving by honoring God for His goodness and blessings. He is worthy of continual praise, but we must be intentional about offering thanksgiving to Him on a daily basis.
Faith is a powerful force. Everything that happens to us supernaturally happens by faith. Somewhere, somehow, someone has to release faith for the supernatural to happen in our lives.
With work, raising kids, running errands and paying bills, even just a quiet time can feel like a challenge. So, how can you draw near to God? Check out this daily plan to help you get on your way.
Thanksgiving is a blessed opportunity to gather together with family members from near and far. It is a time when many will travel to visit those they may not have seen for years.
Lord, I thank You that You want my family and me to prosper and be in health even as our souls prosper because we are Your children. I know that as I study, follow and obey Your Word, I will succeed in all I do. I am like a tree planted along the riverbank, bearing good fruit each season.
Chronic. Nagging. Debilitating. Those are the words often associated with pain.
God cares about your finances! Sound surprising? Did you know that there are more than 2,000 verses in the Bible that deal with financial issues like money, greed, stewardship, debt, hard work, contentment, provision, investments and more?
“Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good! His faithful love endures forever.” –Psalm 107:1
Feeling a little melancholy about seeing another birthday come and go? Don’t be. While the world may emphasize remaining young, the Bible makes it clear that wisdom and respect come with age.
One of the ways the Holy Spirit will lead you to follow Him is in a specific area of prayer known as intercession. Intercession is the act of praying on behalf of someone else.
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.