It’s our natural reaction when we see someone with a bigger house, a larger income, or talents that take the spotlight. But envy poisons our relationships and oozes resentment everywhere we go.
Jealousy is like cancer, eating away at even the closest relationships, leaving destruction in its wake. An insightful discussion on the impact envy has on our relationships.
Envy, covetousness, jealousy. Just three different ways of saying the same thing, right? According to the “Discover the Word” team, there are stark differences between these three heart issues.
When we focus our thoughts on other people’s possessions, we grow discontent with the blessings God’s bestowed on us. Practical tools for overcoming envy.
Do the blessings of someone at church, or the financial status of a neighbor, really get under your skin? The group share their own battles with envy, and insight into ways to combat it in our own lives.
Traditionally, the Friday after Thanksgiving Day is the biggest shopping day of the year in the U.S. For a bit of perspective, listen to one of Haddon's more memorable sermons—"The Businessman Who Missed the Bottom Line."
Have you ever desired something so much you’d go to any lengths to get it? Perhaps you’ve longed for a family for years. Or you’ve been passed up for a promotion at work. Let's study a woman of great faith who allowed envy to gain a foothold in her life.
Envy sounds harmless. But one look at the stories of Cain and Abel, or Joseph and his brothers, and we see it can have devastating results.
When team members work together they can accomplish great things! But when envy creeps into those relationships, they’re often rendered ineffective. Let's study Numbers chapter twelve to uncover the devastating consequences of jealousy.
Have you ever wished you were someone else? Perhaps they got the job you wanted, or were blessed with the family you always dreamed of. Find peace in the midst of discontentment.