Life is hard. Sometimes things don’t go the way we hope. Sometimes things don’t go the way we plan. Sometimes life just seems so difficult, like we’ll never make it to our destiny. But we can’t give up. God has plans for each of us. And God’s plans are good.
Chronic pain affects millions of individuals every year. It has a tendency to rob the best of us. When you’ve experienced excruciating pain for years, is God’s grace enough when you’ve reached your breaking point? Is our weakness made perfect in God’s strength? Tera Bradham DeNeui, a swimmer who was expected to be an Olympian until her career was cut short prematurely by an accident and chronic pain, shares how depending on God’s grace helped her cope.
People often ask, “What is my purpose? Why am I here?” Have you ever wondered about your purpose? God gave each of us an individual calling, each with unique talents, abilities and spiritual gifts that are different than another’s. What is our ultimate calling and purpose?
Have you ever been in a place where you knew change was coming but you were afraid to acknowledge it? With change comes a level of risk, times of uncertainty and unknowns. How do you cope with change when you know God is leading you? Read more for 5 tips for coping with change with 19 scriptural promises from God to guide you.
Trusting God while praying for our unsaved loved ones can be a long process of waiting. My friend, Chaplain Bunny Yekzaman, has walked this road and knows the pain and the joy firsthand. She shares how she prayed in faith for her husband’s salvation for 20 years and the promises from God she stood on.
I was completely stunned the day I was diagnosed with cancer. As I listened to the words of the doctor, I knew I had a choice to make: I could cave to worry, fear, and anxiety, or I could fight back with the truth of God’s word. I wrote down 18 Scriptures and truth declarations that I could stand on during the hard times.