Planning time to remember Christ’s work on the cross and his grace in our lives, says Davis Wetherell, is a wonderful way to increase our faith and joy in the Lord.
Do you long for the easy life or the crucified life? Shallow living promises comfort but comes at a cost. Don’t settle for the shallows.
Confession and repentance are supposed to set you free from your bondage to sin and shame. But what happens when it doesn’t work?
Often we tell ourselves that being busy is good. But is our busyness and the consequences of that really how we should live before God? Shar Walker leads us to see the impact of our self-importance in our busyness and our need for God’s grace.
When our vision is obstructed by the distractions, we need to change our field of vision. We must fix our eyes on Christ, and as we gaze on him, he will dominate our field of vision and we’ll be strengthened by what we see.
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.