Every morning you are given a blank sheet of paper: the new day that lies before you.
There’s more to your story than just what you are experiencing today.
How long will you wait to take possession of all that God has given you?
There is a time when it’s time to do just what Abraham did…
Losing a battle doesn’t mean you’ve lost the war.
The opening line of The Go-Between by L.P. Hartley: “The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there.”
Our ability to forgive is rooted in the forgiveness we receive through Jesus Christ.
The helmet had been damaged, but not destroyed. It saved the life of the one who wore it.
Like the renovation of the Sistine Chapel, God is doing a work of restoration in your life.
The next 180 days will come and go. How will you invest each one?
If there is work to be done, our passenger status requires that we roll up our sleeves.
Maybe there is someone in your life waiting to hear these words today.