We all make excuses when we feel ill-equipped. But what if I told you that those excuses weren’t your own thoughts? Realizing the source, and combating them with truth allows us to live more fully in our God-given calling.
Comparison is the thief of joy. Not only that, but when we compare ourselves to others, we lose sight of what God has uniquely called us to do. It is always best to stick with your God-given plan.
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?
The holidays are a very joyful time for some, but lack all joy for others. Read this guest post by Jennifer White, to see how she fought through depression & found her joy. She offers a key to what may help you restore your joy this holiday season.
When we focus on what we have the opportunity to be thankful for, a subtle shift takes place in our heart and in our mind. The focus moves from ourselves and our own circumstances to God and His generosity, goodness, and faithfulness.