During times of suffering, we are on the front row of watching God work. His ways are unlimited, incredible, beyond description.
Either we choose to live in bondage, using every ounce of energy to force down the worry, despair, shame, fear, or denial. Or we choose to allow our displaced grief to surface, so we might deal with it bit by bit.
It’s time to make the decision to talk with the Lord today—to thank Him for the hard times because they have caused you to plunge into His sovereign care.
It’s time to open your arms and welcome those in need—grace will always draw people to Christ.
The choice—offered to every person—is to believe God and actively participate in whatever He allows, regardless of what we feel, experience, lose, gain, or see in our human, day-to-day lives.
Significant transformations occur in our lives when we feel invisible or in pain or when God seems hidden.
Christ promises His strength, His comfort, His power, and His wisdom for all who believe and trust in Him.
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.