Difficulties are actually for our good, but we get so angry over hardships, hurts, sorrows, grief, lost dreams, past betrayals, sick children, or chronic pain that we are blinded to the good work God is doing.
Desert experiences reveal our true character and give us the choice, either to depend on God to transform us or to reject Him and run.
God created us to be in relationship with Him and one another regardless of one’s abilities or challenges.
Courage is not the removal of our pain. Courage is choosing to persevere and endure difficulties, dangers, or fears while believing that God will be faithful.
Christ, our ever present strength, our unconditionally loving and kind and forgiving Lord is waiting for you to reach out and rest in His calm hands.
God hears our silence, which demonstrates our faith that God is with us wherever we are.
Come what may, God is not defined by what we encounter or endure.
Painful events, shocking discoveries, and dark valleys offer us the choice to either trust God’s Word or ignore it.
Since I started walking with Jesus, I’ve learned that even in the midst of earthly ruin and personal loss, He extends the treasure of His presence and guidance.
Scripture reminds us that faith is trusting Christ with the unknown–trusting Him when plans change and God chooses a different path for us.