When worms leave the ground, they become more vulnerable. When we leave God, we become spiritually vulnerable as well.
Christ may not come when we expect Him. He may not do what we think He should do. But if we learn anything from Easter, it’s that He does come to bring hope and salvation.
There’s so much power in a moment of stillness. These are moments that remind you that you are heard by God. That His Holy Spirit has testified to you. That you knew you were loved.
We can be prepared by Christ and for Christ as we focus on building a personal relationship with Him.
A different look at the allegory of the olive trees in Jacob 5.
It may seem like Christ is distant, that He isn’t coming, and that it’s too late for Him to help you anyway. But He isn’t far away, He is coming, and it’s never too late for Him to help you.
God doesn’t change. And people are really struggling to accept that.
God gives us a lot – but not all of it is blessings. And realizing that can change the way we serve Him.
There are probably a lot of lessons about Christ that I could pull from my relationships with my sisters, but here are three of those lessons.
Recognizing our imperfections lets God work in our lives to make us better because we can then see what we need to work on. But sometimes when we recognize that we are imperfect, we might not try to fix our imperfections.