In this world, you will face trials, difficulties, hard times. God warns us of such. At times it will seem like you are surrounded by a flood of difficulty. Other times you may feel as if you are walking through the fire of hardship. The question is, how do you handle difficult times?
How do you empathize, support and give Godly advice to people who are chronically ill without taking responsibility for their burden? Dr. B shares tips on how to avoid compassion fatigue when your compassion for others crosses over into bearing a burden that is not yours to carry.
We cannot give what we do not have. Even though I had accepted Christ as my savior as a child, I had never fully accepted the Father’s love for me. Until I did, I was not free to love myself or anyone else. When love breaks through and we accept the Father’s love, we’re free to love ourselves as He intended. Do you know the Father’s love for you?
As the tears flow and you feel alone, remember God loves you and nothing will ever change that fact! The enemy may whisper lies to you, but you can proclaim God’s truth to overcome the lies of the enemy! There is hope! Read more for 5 scriptures to remind you of God’s great love for you. Print them out, memorize them, and proclaim God’s truth over your life. The enemy won’t be convinced until you are convinced!
Have the words of another ever wounded you and made you feel unloved and unwanted? Or, rejected and alone? Where do you go from there? The truth is there is someone to turn to when you’re feeling unloved. There is someone who has promised to always love you despite your flaws. Read more for what to do when you feel unloved and what to say to someone who feels unloved.
The lies we believe can have a profound impact on how we feel about ourselves. The enemy uses what makes us feel different and insecure to feed us a bunch of lies about our worth, our value and our identity. But, an encounter with Jesus can change all that and help you understand the truth. God’s grace and mercy can bring us to a right view of ourselves.