Cry, reconcile yourself with the fact that you are back at the foot of the hill. Then forgive yourself- you also deserve from grace from yourself
Over last weekend, I experienced extraordinary joy from going the extra mile to care for someone. While I was there, I realized that when we love people the way God wants, our best life would occur in secret. Our acts of love may never make the news and we may never win any accolades. Even... Continue Reading →
When we worry, we allocate our imagination and time to servicing our fears instead of using them for our master’s errand. Here’s what one should do instead, seek God’s kingdom right where one is.
My older (hopefully wiser) self now knows that even when things don’t go well, it is important to continue to live well.
Regardless of whether we receive human commendation or not, the standard for our work is that it glorifies God: only competent work would do.
Your spouse is a human safety net in all life’s challenges. As Bebo Norman sang “When you’ve got a good thing, don’t let go”. Selfless love is the tool that helps you keep holding on.
How we think about what happens to us is more important than what happens. It is important that we don’t tell ourselves a narrative that handicaps us.
Pray! “Is anyone among you suffering? Let him pray.”- James 5:13, NIV. When life is too tough to stand, kneel.