As difficult as this is, we absolutely must choose (I emphasize “choose”) to do so in order to have mature and God-honoring relationships. Think of how it would change our communities and lead to a more united America.Continue reading →
As we continue to prepare our hearts for Easter, would you consider joining me in meditating on (perhaps even memorizing) Deuteronomy 6:5? Let’s ask God to help us love Him with our whole being because of Who He is (Almighty God) – and because of all the times His love gives rise to mercy.Continue reading →
As hard as it is to resist a particular temptation, the struggle can’t compare to the transformation we can experience when we yield that temptation to the Holy Spirit. When we go to God when we’re weak, He’s ready to offer His strength and grace. Every time.Continue reading →
God’s Word is true. Jesus died to set us free from the law of sin and death. Ask God to give you a greater understanding of what this means for you. Then act on it.
Picture what this would mean if each of us resolved to honestly thank God for His love. If we fully appreciated His Son’s death and resurrection. How would it change our marriages? Our churches? Even our nation?Continue reading →