We all have a desire to choose our own path in life . . . and yet it often feels like our direction or circumstances were forced upon us.
We may not have a perfect track record . . . but we can choose right now to believe God. That’s the essence of faith . . . believing God will keep His promises.
It’s easy to think the faithful men and women in the Bible were perfect saints. And yet, if you read their stories closely, you see they were imperfect people just like you and me.
If faith is the substance of things unseen, is it possible to recognize a life of faith in a tangible way? Take a moment to look back at how faith is distinguished in the lives of men and women just like you and me.
Perhaps you were laid off unfairly, or were passed up for the promotion you expected. Or maybe your work at home has grown tedious.
What does it take to become a strong leader? Whether you’re a stay at home mom, or a businessman in the corporate world . . . each of us runs across situations where we need to guide others.
Most of us want to make a difference in the world. Perhaps not on a grand scale such as ending world hunger . . . but in some way, contributing to our sphere of influence in a lasting way.
A Look At The Life Of An Army General Who Trusted God In The Midst Of Overwhelming Opposition Part 8
It takes courage to put faith in the invisible God. To trust that He’s on your side when all the odds seem stacked against you.
So often, we focus on the obstacles in front of us and forget to remember that God is standing right by our side.
Sometimes God calls us to do the impossible. We face immeasurable odds and yet, somehow, with His help . . . we make it through. A life is changed in miraculous ways.
From the beginning of time, God has chosen to use men and women just like yourself to accomplish amazing things. Get in touch with your place in history!
The pressure of fitting in to the culture around us is very real. . . . a bigger house, a nicer car, lavish vacations . . . it’s difficult to not be pulled into the materialistic view our culture subscribes to.
Some people enjoy taking risks, the thrill of the unexplored venture, while others prefer to play it safe. Let's take a look at the risks involved in the life of faith.