It seems that many in our modern world suffer from Saul syndrome. We want to please God, but we want to do it on our own terms.
Church camp: the bugs, stifling heat, lumpy mattresses, and lack of sleep; I love it!
Surrendering all to Jesus means just that, surrendering everything.
When you speak to your spouse and children, remember that your words can hold the power of life and death.
When are we going to draw a line in the sand and say enough is enough? When will we say, “As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.”
Why are we consistently cautioned to be careful about the friends we make or people we are around?
We have strengths, we have weaknesses, and God intended for it to be that way.
Who do you want to thank for sharing the gospel with you?
In the ways you feel that your husband doesn’t meet your needs, rely upon God to sustain you, not Satan to entertain you.
There were times when I would wake up in the morning wondering if it was all a bad dream, only to soon realize that this was my reality.