Suffering, Lauren Bower writes, is not a mark of failure or weakness. It's not a sign of God's disappointment in you. Suffering—even depression—can be a means of grace. Here are three reasons why.
Share the gospel with someone in another country? Sure. With your unbelieving aunt? No way. Why is it so complicated with family?
The Holy Spirit divides and unites, cuts and heals. It’s rarely pleasant and often leads to doubt. But the Spirit never makes an incision without knowing what He’s doing.
We long to be set free from our burdens and sins that weigh us down and be given a blank slate. So we set goals, but we fail and feel hopeless. Thankfully, there’s a way to start each day anew.
Sometimes all we can see is devastating loss when, in reality, God is clearing the path for you to find invaluable treasures.
Most people are scared to death of dying. But the Bible has a very different —and far more positive—view of death.