Through sharing my personal experiences, I hope you’ll find encouragement while you travel on your own journey. We all have stories, and you may be surprised how similar some of yours are to mine. Although we are each uniquely created by God, there will be times when you may read a story and say to yourself, “I thought I was the only one who…”. God has been so faithful in all of my circumstances just as I am confident He will be faithful in yours. And while our burdens may not be lifted the way we pray they will, as you choose to trust God’s will in all circumstances, you will learn how to be grateful no matter what may come.
Sometimes there are valid reasons to make changes in our lives. As Christians, the Holy Spirit might stir something within us to relocate or change career paths.
Other times we feel that there’s something better “out there”. They call it FOMO – Fear of Missing Out. How can we learn to be content?
This post is a Commentary on Luke 10:38-42 by Mary Elizabeth Baxter (1837-1926), from her book,THE WOMEN IN THE WORD,
A Few Simple Hints from Bible Portraits of Women.
Luke states “As they went, He entered into a certain village, and a certain woman named Martha received Him into her house.”
In Colossians 3, Paul talks about our new life in Christ. He tells us that we are to take off the old nature that was led by worldly desires. In place of that, we are to “clothes ourselves” with our new nature. And he lists these items of spiritual clothing in Colossians 3:12-14.
Preface: This post is based on my experience as a stay-at-home mother. Having also spent time as a mom who works outside the home, I realize that each lifestyle presents its own set of unique challenges. Whatever your current circumstances, I hope through this post you will gain a new perspective on the role of
Does it seem like you’re always busy? Too busy to make room for prayer, Bible reading, devotional time? This is a common theme among many Christian adults. We want to be closer to God, to know Him personally and be used by Him, but some days it seems nearly impossible find time to talk to