Anxious and worrisome feelings are contagious. Knowing who God is by reading the Bible helps us sift out the things that are untrue. People may be uncertain as to what’s going on, but God is never caught off guard. Here is a list of 12 things you’ll never hear God say.
With all the scare and panic associated with the Coronavirus, I wanted to share my thoughts in hopes of encouraging you and your families with faith over fear. I truly am struggling to understand the panic and pandemonium surrounding the Coronavirus. Store shelves are empty of items from toilet paper to Ramen noodles. While I agree that it is good to be cautious and prepared, my heart hurts to see the extent of worry, fear, and anxiety associated with this current health scare. Read more for trusting God in all things. He’s bigger than the Coronavirus.
These 20 Bible Verses that define your worth will remind you of who you are in Christ and what God says about you. Use these scriptures to fight back against negative thinking and settle the issue of your worth and identity. No matter what anyone else says, you are accepted by the only One whose opinion counts.
Are you searching for peace in the midst of holiday chaos? Sometimes, God takes us through a process when we’re dealing with difficult circumstances. When you feel like you’re stranded, these three tips from Edie Melson will help you once again fly strong.
The new Fresh Start Bible by Gateway Publishing Bible is a great way to engage or re-engage with God’s Word. Gateway’s clear intent is to offer a biblically based reading program with direct answers to specific questions, and guidelines to applying the truths of scripture in a way that changes a reader’s life and understanding of himself or herself, the God who created them, and the world around them.
Whether experiencing relationship difficulties, financial hardship, legal problems, job loss, health problems, or financial stress, trusting God in hard times is the best option we have for victorious living. Read more for 7 lessons we’ve learned in hard times and how we have held on to hope.