Navigating the inevitable shifts in life, from summer’s end to the onset of academic journeys, requires more than just adaptability. Drawing inspiration from Ecclesiastes, this piece delves into the significance of new beginnings, the essence of faith during transitions, and the unparalleled guidance of God through every season.
We tend to enforce our own marital-worldview on our spouse and neglect to see our own behavior and conduct. The wrong approach to our marriage not only deteriorates our relationship with our spouse, but leaves us frustrated.
We overcome uncertainty by knowing who God is and the nature of God concerning His promises. It is only then can we face it head on and rely on God’s faithfulness rather than our ability and resources. Remember, He is able to deliver, provide and sustain.
When we face difficulties in the ministry, we tend to forget what our ministry is about and we focus on how our comfort is being disruptive by the clouds of life. When that happens, we must turn to Christ instead of coming up with the strategies to gain our comfort back. We need to develop a heart for God and His people so we can glorify His name as He has called us to do.
When we are focused on performance our goal is to impress people, even when those are not our attention. These desires can arise from seeking the approval of others and their acceptance; however, we need to know that these things are not lasting and are wearisome. We must take the time and look at the other side and see if the performance is not cutting it for us what would.
Prosperity is more than the material possessions. Source: Prosperity Starts on the Inside This article is under constructions.
You’re Not Talking, But You’re Still Communicating If you have not heard of or have been following John Maxwell, I
2 Corinthians 13:5 Examine yourself It is important for us to know who we are?
John 17:3 (NIV) — 3 Now this is eternal life: that they know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ,