God wants us to evaluate ourselves by how deep and strong our faith is. He doesn’t evaluate our spiritual condition by looking at how we appear on the surface. The depth of our faith determines how much of a difference we can make in the lives of those around us.
By digging down deep, we start the process toward having a faith in God that is not easily shaken. However, depth takes work. It is not a personality trait or a natural talent, but rather a skill that must be worked at and developed over time.
God orchestrates the people we encounter and the relationships we build, so that he can use us to change lives.
When we have faith in God, we love big! If you are having a hard time figuring out why you are unloving, it may be because you have no faith. God can give us faith and teach us how to love.
This study is going to look at the two types of people we become when we get tied down by rules, and how to break free so we focus on what really matters.
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.
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.
Valentine’s Day is today! Even though Valentine’s Day is meant to be a day about love, it can…
To God, love is the only thing that matters. We can accomplish amazing things, we can be smart or insightful, we can even have faith, but if we don’t love, none of that matters. God wants us to become people who love through anything and everything.
Love is unselfish, loyal and benevolent concern for the good of another. Warm attachment, enthusiasm, or devotion. God’s expectation of love is to love the same way he loved us. He taught us to love others by how he loves us.
“The 12 Days of Jesus” are meant to deconstruct our traditional views of him – to put us on a path toward the freedom to see Jesus not as tradition teaches he should be, but as scripture says he really is.
With insecurity, God never responds with criticism. He responds with a purpose to live for something beyond themselves.