When difficult times come, people recite an oft-used platitude that is meant to be comforting: “Have faith.” Seems a little vague if you ask me. Have faith…in what? That things will turn out okay in the end? That’s…nice, I guess? Just believe that things will be good and they will be good.
Giving your whole life to God is the only way to truly have life. So why do we allow other things to consume us?
What do you do when anxiety is consuming you? The wisdom on anxiety from Netflix’s Final Space.
What are you pursuing? What is filling your time? How is it shaping you?
I spoke at a church about God’s call, the things that can stop us from following Him, and The Chronicles of Narnia.
Pain is part of life, unfortunately. I’ve felt it. And often in the middle of it, it feels like no one has ever felt the pain I’m in. And sometimes there isn’t anyone on earth who understands the exact pain I’m going through. But Jesus does.
The husband and wife both have responsibilities towards each other, and the relationship has to be looked at as a whole to be understood. The submission of the wife makes sense when taken with the service of the husband.
We’re human and we like to be in control and know how things are going to end. But how often do things actually play out exactly as we envisioned them? We don’t know the end. But God does. What may seem like a detour to us, may be a necessary path for God to get us where we’re going. What seems like two steps back for us, is actually necessary for God to move us forward.
Completely comfortable and unashamed, obviously he’s naked because he’s going to church. What other reason could there possibly be? How else would he go to church?
If God is the greatest thing we can believe in, and God is love, love is the strongest tool we have to fight our enemies.