We all have assumptions about God’s will for our lives. Perhaps you’re holding on to a promise from Scripture, anticipating circumstances to turn out a certain way.
We all have assumptions about how God should work in a given situation. But so often God doesn’t work in the ways we expect! Don’t miss this helpful discussion.
God doesn’t expect us to sit back and let Him do all the work. We have to do our part too! Explore the different ways God works in us and with us.
When we read accounts in the Bible such as God parting the Red Sea, or Jesus healing the sick, if we’re not careful, we may start to believe God works in radical ways or not at all.
Let’s look at the life of the apostle Paul and find encouragement for getting through the tough days Part 24
Sometimes the most profound works of God are ones that no one can see. They are found in the powerful lessons we learn through the difficult moments of life.
Reflecting on those who have gone before us and how God fulfilled His promises in extraordinary ways Part 4
Has God proved Himself faithful in your life? Perhaps you’re waiting for Him to fulfill a promise at this very moment.
You’ve heard the saying, “I’ll believe it when I see it!” It’s difficult to believe the impossible until you can see it with your own eyes.
Interpreting the Bible and applying it to our lives can sometimes be a tricky assignment. You’ll appreciate the clarity that comes to some fairly foggy issues.
We have an advantage today of seeing the Bible in its entirety. We see the promises God made, as well as their fulfillment. Let's look at the lives of men and women in Scripture who lived by faith, even when they couldn’t see the outcome.
Is it possible to come to the end of our lives and still have something to look forward to? When health fails and those we love are already gone?
In a world of broken vows and shattered expectations, trust is easily dismantled. And because of that, we often allow our distrust of other people to impact our trust in God. Let's look at the biblical story of Joseph.