Everybody chases something. Chasing God is about taking the time to ask ourselves who or what we are pursuing, and deciding to put our time, energy and heart into getting closer to him.
What are the areas of your life in which you feel powerless? It can feel like we have done everything humanly possible to change these things, but nothing seems to work. That’s where prayer comes in.
Like this psalmist writes, God knows us and cares about us for who we are. As a parent, God nurtures us, challenges us, and guides us in the way we should go.
The longer you do something, the easier it becomes to forget why you started doing it. This can happen to us with Christianity.
God is always moving on behalf of the good. One thing he is always trying to do is make up for where we are lacking, and in this way he wants to be the parent we’ve always needed and desired.
We need to make sure our convictions about God are strong so that we keep our relationship with him our top priority, no matter what we go through in life.
Our hope is through this Bible study, we can learn to start each day aware of the strengths and talents God has given to us, and consider how he wants to work in our lives to change the world.
Often, the challenge that I face is that I get inspired to want to make a difference, but don’t realize that I first must allow God to change me.
This study will help you understand why it’s important you maintain strong convictions rooted in the Bible, and what the fallout can be if you choose to neglect them.
God uses what we are going through to give us the opportunity to build relationships and it is up to us to accept that lesson. We need to believe that God puts us right where we need to be.
When any organization, especially a church, lacks vision for the future, the group is going to go into decline. But how do you know if your church is going into decline? Before any church goes financially bankrupt it will first go spiritually, socially, and emotionally bankrupt.