How do you see your scars? Repulsive? Shameful? Embarrassing? Jesus isn’t afraid to touch our scars… He is able to heal them, writes Danni Synot.
A lack of motivation, can be restful and therapeutic, in the right measure for the right reasons. But it can also be accompanied by an evil twin: fear.
Some people are willing to pay hundreds of dollars for something that they value, but God paid more than what the world says you are worth.
Unfortunately revenge, while it feels good in a fleeting moment, ultimately leaves us feeling even more empty and angry than before.
Stuck on the merri-go-round of your thoughts? You have the power of peace at any moment to help you slow everything down in your head.
Are you so busy maintaining your family, work, kids and other people’s expectations that you’ve forgotten how to just be?
When we’re processing grief, the bible speaks of trials as a pathway of growth in strength and character, leading to our ultimate hope in Jesus.
When we’re infected with tall poppy syndrome, insecurity, fear or pain leads up to cut people down instead of watering them with grace.
As a child I suffered emotional abuse and abandonment, told repeatedly that I was stupid and that I would never amount to anything.