It is in the storm that we seek an anchor to keep us steady, a rock to cling to, a hope to believe in.
The devil will feed lies of excuses for us to come up with for not spending time with God.
He restores me to the purpose I was made for, equipping me with what I need to be fully capable. Without Him there would be cracks and holes.
God’s given me my manna, my just enough portion, for each day. He will make a way in my wilderness. He will create a river in my desert.
Forgiveness removes the disease of bitterness from your soul. But in choosing to not forgive, you are tarnishing your own spirit and heart.
Despite the mixed notions culture says we should be, we already know that we need to be women after His heart.
The more you seek out and practice these fruits, the more you find they become a part of your daily habits.
You have not been abandoned in your pain. And as contradictory as it sounds, there is joy to be found in the hurt.
By filling my mind with Scripture, I am equipped to fight whatever ungodly thing that comes my way, whether it be depression or something else.
As women pursuing after God, we really must stop comparing ourselves. It’s not godly behavior and it’s not a godly example.