Messages to Encourage
When young, I’m not sure we’re aware how deeply intimate sexual encounters really are and how violating they can ultimately feel. How do we reconcile our feelings when we’ve been used or abused?
As a teenager, I believed that peace would be found…in heaven, once I died. How many overwhelmed people harbor that same belief? Rise up and shed your suicidal tendencies!
God is my everything. He is at my center, surrounding me, and leading me. What does that look like, the image of faith? God’s peace within us is seen by those God intends.
When Christ is, first and foremost, at your center, He will fulfill law within and through you as He is the essence of love. Living apart from the law yet living the law.
To be children of the King is an amazing status! Praise God! However, let’s first look at the negative impact our earthly role as son or daughter has on us Spiritually…
Freedom, it’s a funny thing. In word, it sounds poetic, liberating, almost rebellious. It’s appealing to us who are imprisoned. However, it’s challenging. Change is hard…
Come close. Enjoy the Spiritual intimacy that God is calling you to. Get quiet with your Lover and allow Him to break down your walls of hurt. Let His love comfort you…
When we hurt, there is peace in trusting that God is in control. He allows bad things for a greater purpose. Be bold, step forward, and look for the good that God …
Are you frustrated with your marriage? Are relationships with those close to you strained? Can you imagine what your partner, friend, or loved one could do differently …
Do you need freedom from jealousy? It’s ugly and overwhelming, but jealousy has influenced many characters throughout history. Even so, there is a way to be free from it!
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