Your Greatest Dream Is Still Possible

“There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment” (1 John 4:18 NIV). You’re capable of far more than you understand right now. You just need someone to believe in you.I have good news for you: Someone already does. When someone believes in you unconditionally, as God... Continue Reading →

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If God Is for You, Who Can Be against You?

“The angel reassured them. ‘Don’t be afraid!’ he said. ‘I bring you good news that will bring great joy to all people’” (Luke 2:10 NLT).   Knowing God is for you will change your whole perspective on life. You’ll stop thinking of God as someone who’s looking down from heaven, ready to yell “Gotcha!” anytime you mess up.But we... Continue Reading →

The Clues to Where You Should Be Serving

As water reflects the face, so one’s life reflects the heart” (Proverbs 27:19 NIV). The Bible uses the term “heart” to describe the bundle of desires, hopes, interests, ambitions, dreams, and affections that you have. Your heart represents the source of all your motivations—what you love to do and what you care about most. Even today,... Continue Reading →

Can You Trust God for Your Destiny?

“Mary said: ‘My soul glorifies the Lord and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior’” (Luke 1:46-47 NIV). When it comes to planning, many Christians act like atheists. They realize Jesus saved them, but they don’t really trust him. They think they can plan their life any way they want to. But the reality is that... Continue Reading →

The Purpose of Frustration

“When a fool is annoyed, he quickly lets it be known. Smart people will ignore an insult” (Proverbs 12:16 GNT). You will encounter people who create so much frustration that you ask God, “Please help me show them extra grace.” Who are these people in your life? The slow driver in the fast lane? The coworker... Continue Reading →

In a Season of Loss, Release Your Grief

“Pour out your heart to him, for God is our refuge” (Psalm 62:8 NLT). Tragedy always produces strong emotions—anger, fear, depression, worry, and sometimes guilt. These feelings can scare us, and we often don’t know what to do with them. When we have experienced a major loss, these enormous feelings bubble up within us. If we... Continue Reading →

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