It is written in the Bible that I should not be anxious. But what if I get a poor grade on my exam? Will God give me good grades if I am not anxious? What is best for me?
How often do you tell yourself or others that you “haven't got time” to do things? Surely the more pertinent question to ask is “what do I do with the time that I have?”
You need to take time for yourself, right? You ought to think about yourself, shouldn’t you?
With your nose on the floor and your heart beating like a drum in your ears, seconds feel like they will last forever, and all you can do is consider your life. "Lord, I am not ready to go."
“You most likely have a diagnosis of....” The doctor’s words seemed to hang in the air while my thoughts raced. Now what?
Have you ever noticed how easy it is to adapt or switch your Christianity off and on depending on who you are with?
I can pretty much guarantee moments of stress at work—it comes with the territory. But how do I react to that?
It is, in fact, possible to learn about transformation and victory over sin at an ordinary hockey practice.
As she waits for her children to come home from school, a mother reflects on her role and how she can influence the atmosphere in the home.
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