When someone hurts you, you don’t always feel like forgiving them. Yet so much of what we struggle with comes from carrying around bitterness, resentment and unforgiveness in our hearts. Unforgiveness is like drinking a poison and expecting it to kill the other person. It doesn’t quite work that way! How do you forgive when you don’t feel like it?
Are you tired? Weary? Wondering if you can do this mothering thing? Wondering why God chose you for motherhood, the hardest job (and most wonderful job at the same time)? On the days when you need encouragement, remember these 6 promises from God to guide you on the parenting journey.
Have you ever been in a waiting season? Maintaining your hope during a waiting season can be so hard. Trusting God during a season of waiting can lead to peace and bring renewed hope.
When God does something miraculous in our lives, He does so not only for our benefit but for His glory. We owe it to Him and to others to testify to God’s goodness. We share our testimony with all who will listen. So, what does testify in the Bible mean? Why is it important to give our testimony? And, why do we testify of God’s goodness?
Have you ever experienced hopelessness? Lori Boruff felt hopeless as a mother who was powerless to change a dire situation she was facing. She was overwhelmed by uncertainty and not wanting to see another day. But, just as God so often does, He helped her find hope in the ruins. She shares today about the power of hope.
We all know people like that, don’t we? People in our lives who just seem a bit “prickly” and hard to love because of their attitude, words, or actions. So, as we consider those around us, we must ask the question: how do we love someone who is hard to love? Read more for 12 ways to love someone who is hard to love.