Becoming Battle Ready. These practical insights, wise biblical instructions and truths can help you rise above the mayhem of trials and hardships. You can find the light of Christ and step into all God has for you. These five battle tools to help in hard moments are just the beginning.
A couple times a year our nation turns its focus to those who have sacrificed, and many who have lost their lives in order for the citizens of our country to enjoy liberty and freedom. Many families grieve the loss of loved ones who served our country. For them, I pray that they will be drawn to the Father’s love and that He will comfort them in their grief and loss, and that their memories will sustain them and lend them strength.
I jolted upright from a deep sleep to the sound of the phone breaking my slumber in the middle of the night.
“This is the alarm company. We’ve registered a forced entry and motion in the front room. We’ve dispatched the police.”
In a split second, everything you thought was safe and secure became vulnerable and alarming.
A fraction of a second is all it takes for your life to turn upside down.
Interestingly, a fraction of a second is not only how long it can take for an intruder to threaten your physical safety, but your mental and emotional safety as well…
So often people want to live on the mountaintop. Don’t we all love the mountaintop experiences? They are fulfilling, and exciting, and joyful. But mountaintops are really for the view and for inspiration. Fruit doesn’t grow on the mountaintops. Fruit grows in the depth of the valleys. Are you going through a difficult time? Read more for encouragement.
I was recently getting ready for bed, going about my usual nighttime routine when God dropped something into my spirit. He highlighted for me why I went through the hassle of the ritual every night. I was washing my face, brushing my teeth, and wondering, “why do I go through this every night? I don’t enjoy this. This is not fun.” But the evening routine, although it isn’t fun, is necessary. I wear make-up during the day, and it has to come off at the end of the day. The dirt and the grime and the sweat from the day has to come off.
So, what does this have to do with repentance? Read more here.