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.
We feel burnout when we try and do the “right” things without actually wanting to embrace God’s plan for our lives.
Every day we’re faced with decisions that we must make, and those decisions will affect the direction of our lives in one of two fundamental ways: we’ll either get closer…
God doesn’t want us to feel like we have to conform in order to be accepted, and wants to help us become strong enough to stand for what we believe and who we are.
Jesus had conviction. He wasn’t swayed by fear of what people thought about him. He had a deep belief that his purpose on earth was to teach people about God and to help people get to heaven. He stayed focused on that no matter what people said about him or did to him. He was willing to die for that belief. How do you feel about being someone who is unswayed by what people think of you?
How do you respond when you go through storms in life? Emotional storms? Do they drive you closer to God and make you stronger in your convictions? Or do storms leave you shaken and weakened in your faith?