So, today I am celebrating this anniversary instead of grieving. I am celebrating the goodness of God in my life, and the beauty of heart change for life change. But most of all, I am celebrating the many ways that God has used a botched surgery to make me more like His precious Son. Only the God of the universe could take something that the world sees as a mistake, and turn it into a glorious tool to transform a heart. Hallelujah! What a transformation! What a Savior!Read More
Scripture tells us God holds a meek and humble spirit in high regard (1 Peter 3:4). This doesn’t mean when you are unjustly accused or assaulted you sacrifice your rights to your accuser; you can and should seek justice. As you are doing so, accept God’s dealings with you as good. Don’t resist Him or fight against Him, and be satisfied with the outcome.Read More
Her pain and suffering must have been unbearable. She was broke and she was broken. Undoubtedly, she had heard about Jesus and all the people He had healed. Could He help her, too? The answer was yes. As soon as she drew near enough to touch the hem of His garment, she was completely healed! Perhaps you’ve been praying for healing, or for something else that affects your life like this woman’s illness affected hers. Maybe you’ve pleaded with the Lord for years for this thing, and it still hasn’t happened. As you read this account from the Bible, you wonder why the Lord does not heal you, or answer your prayer, as he did with this woman. I have asked this question in my own heart many times, so I understand the quandary.Read More
Meekness is an internal quality that comes with humility. As a heart attitude, it is the opposite of pride. The one meek in heart is not concerned about self and readily puts the interest of others before his or her interests.Read More
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