In the hard times of life, the presence, the word, the encouragement of just one friend can make all the difference. What about when you don’t have that one?
Just as our military’s sacrifice comes at a price, so too did Jesus’s sacrifice. Today’s post reflects on the cost to us.
We all desire to be loved. Yet so often what we think will make us feel loved won’t. On the other hand, Jesus always cares about our heart. He is always concerned with relationship.
Have you ever been lied to? I have. But probably not in the way you think. The lies we believe can have a profound impact on how we feel about ourselves. Fortunately God’s grace and mercy can bring us to a right view of ourselves.
Never have I felt such awe as when I gave birth to my son. At Christmas, I think of Mary and her expectant heart. Mary maintained great expectancy of what God could and would do. Do we maintain such expectancy? What are you expecting God to do this Christmas?