Jesus singlehandedly played the role of uncountable gutters so that humans can become beautiful roads God can work and walkthrough. Where does that put me and you, Christians? Are we willing to go an extra mile for another?
Being a child of God does not excuse us from experiencing failures, but we have an assurance of victory when we put our faith in God. What should we do if failures seem to overshadow our faith in God's power?
When God places a vision in your heart; you are to give it your steady belief, for God’s vision is deposited into your heart by His Spirit—to be held mentally by your mind and manifested physically by your plans via strategic action.
In this post, the author rhetorically explains the danger in the word 'Being yourself' without giving room to corrections, attitude adjustments and its associated danger. Is being ourselves really the best way to live?
From the fictional story are 14 Important Lessons from a failed marriage and how to cope with emotions as a child of God. Much more addressed to singles on the pitfalls to avoid before saying 'I do'
As Christians, our choices should be governed by God's choice. Sometimes, God gives us His choice, and all we see is darkness, but in it are riches and hidden treasures.
As you walk the Christian faith, build your conviction on God and his Words. If you do not build firmly on them, when life throws pressure on you, compromise would come as the best option.
"Keep moving, keep going, keep doing that which makes your voice unique". It is only in the decision to continue to move that you can get a voice for your voice.
Allow God to carry your burden. Let go and let Him help. You don't need to die struggling to do things on your own when others can help. Asking for help when you can't help yourself doesn't make you weak or less but instead, show your strength to get better.
The only limits you have are those you've accepted to build in your mind. Life will only reward you for the kind of thoughts that you have cluttered your mind with— 'for as he thinks in his heart, so is he.' (Proverbs 23:7a)