I wrote a letter to my (potential) future husband, and in it I included what God has taught me are the qualities of a godly man ~ and what I should work on in the waiting myself.
How a conversation with a stranger at a coffee shop reminded me of my greatest treasure–and how far God has brought me.
You’d think God wouldn’t pay much attention to a small youth group on the edge of a country town, full of middle schoolers.
But not so;)
I’m really nervous about graduating. But my principal taught me something that will stick with me over the next six weeks—and the rest of my life.
I’m learning: even if I cause the greatest disappointment, God won’t stop loving me. I’m learning mistakes show how much I need Christ, not how much I need to fix. And I’m learning that Christ already fixed it for me.
Whether you’re stuck inside waiting out the storm or off somewhere hot and sunny, learn how to rest well this weekend—starting with the very foundation of rest in Christ.
I was so touched by the picture, I nearly started crying. God reminded me of the “why” behind all the hard work that night. The reason I do any of it in the first place.
Yes, the constitution grants freedom of speech. Yes, with a few exceptions, you can say whatever you want. But the constitution is not our ultimate authority. God’s word is.
Maybe you’re waiting for the right person to marry. Maybe you’re waiting for kids. Maybe you’re waiting for peace, or the world to go back to normal. Maybe you’re waiting for a house or healing or someone to recognize all your hard work. Here’s what the Bible says we should do when we wait.
Singleness isn’t a disease to be cured. It’s a season to be experienced. Here’s what I’ve struggled with being single, and here’s what God says…