Life is full of distractions. These distractions make it really hard to live a life focused on the things that are the most important.
Do you ever ask yourself this same question? I recently asked myself this after I spoke to a group of women.
We ignore one of God most prized possessions...us. God lives in us and wants us to make the place He lives the best it can be.
Parenting is hard and most days I have no idea what I am doing! Especially when my kids lie...ugg.
We all would love to know what our next steps in life should be. God just wants us to trust that He knows and has got us.
When life is uncertain it's hard to trust God for the next step instead of making my own planned steps. I am living this out with a certain area of my life right now.
I want things to happen instantaneously. I want to be great at everything overnight. Instead, God uses time to develops me and grows me to where I need to be.
We all need something in our lives. The question is, how much do we need before we become happy?
I'm not the greatest cook! I know this and yet I want to be perfect in this area and a lot of others. We have to come to terms with the fact that we weren't created to be perfect.
We all struggle with something! Is mine the same as yours?
We are all leaders! Here's the key to leading, you can only give to others what you already have yourself.
God will speak to us if we listen. The question is, why does He speak?
The bible says that above all else we should gain wisdom. After gaining that wisdom, I believe it takes two key ingredients to put it into practice.
Over the years I have learned first hand that even if you don't respect your leaders, you still are to be loyal to them.
We gain a lot of perspective from observing others. When we do this it makes me question if the perspective we gain results from comparing ourselves or from God's truth?
We all have authority in our lives. The way that we respond to authority determines, in part, who we will become. Watch to find out why having authority in our lives is so important.
In the midst of the Chaotic adventure we call life, it's hard to find answers. If we want to find answers then we must look somewhere other than the chaos.
I am consumed with myself! I want to be perceived and received a certain way. Because of these desires I can easily relate to the first 80 years of Moses life. Moses thought He was a somebody only to realize that he was a nobody. Ugh, I want to be a somebody!
So much of our lives are made up of details, yet, we spend so much time on the big picture decisions. God cares about the details of our lives. Always has and always will. We need to take time to make sure that the details of our lives are pleasing to Him.
Have you ever felt like God has forgotten you? Well, I have and I hate that feeling. It's easy to get caught up in the hard times and start to believe that God is done with you. BUT, that is far from the truth.