Feeling like God hasn’t kept our ‘bargain’ limits our ability to trust God. Brian Harris unpacks the limiting beliefs that hold us back.
Why not mull over these images – the Lord my shield, my sleep, my security, my deliverer? Perhaps they will ring true for you this week.
When we feel successful, healthy, and loved, we believe that God loves us. But when we like a failure, we often believe God has abandoned us.
When it comes to God there are some things we know and many things we don’t. This is why we need humility, writes Brian Harris.
In our relationship with God, there is no need for toxic positivity and pretence, nor for cynical resignation, writes Brian Harris.
Against the backdrop of mysterious, ancient gods that demanded mass killings of children, the God of the Bible shines most brightly, writes Tania Harris.
Research has shown that procrastinators can produce results of lower quality and suffer more stress and illness. Why put off what you can do now?
You might be standing right in front of majesty, but failing to notice it because you’re distracted by other things, writes Stephen McAlpine.
Knowing that God is not against us but for us, will help to protect us against overwhelming crisis in life, writes Eliezer Gonzalez.
Author Annette Spur’s new book shines a light on the many remarkable ways we can encounter God in small, everyday things.