“The Word became flesh and dwelt among us. We observed his glory, the glory as the one and only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth.” John 1:14 John’s account of the nativity of Christ is the most concise of the gospel writers, but it is pregnant with doctrinal gravity and timely practicality. Visit the blog for 5…
Is faith the opposite of fear? Perhaps. But only when that faith is firmly anchored in Christ while is demonstrating the power of the Holy Spirit, loving people, and finding expression in sound judgment. If faith is to overcome fear it must be more than a clever saying. How is your faith in Christ being displayed through the fear of this pandemic?
when your rhythm feels off and you find yourself tripping through the day, remember that even when you can’t hear it God is making beautiful music in the rhythms of your life. Pray that he might give you ears to hear. And pray that in every moment when you feel like you just can’t, God will give you the faith to believe again that he can.
If you’re like me, sometimes regular Bible reading can feel more like a daily habit than a daily grace. How do you get your heart back into your Bible reading? Here are five suggestions.
NEW BLOG POST: For those, like me, who deal with anxiety in every season, this season of worldwide pandemia has been particularly trying. Here are four practices that have helped me keep anxiety under control through the COVID19 pandemic. I pray they will help you as well.