Surrender is not something that is easy. It is not hard to say that we are willing to surrender when it doesn’t cost us anything, but true surrender can be painful. True surrender is not subject to our rationale, nor is it true surrender unless it is complete and exhaustive.
If you’ve heard about the will of God but are worried that you may have missed it, don’t worry. It is possible for all of us to reconnect with the will of God for our lives. How can we know this?
Inside the world-renowned building of Westminster Abbey hangs a memorial stone for John and Charles Wesley that reads, “God buries His workmen, but carries on His work.” The Wesley brothers are well-recognised for the impact that God made through their lives, and their legacy lives on despite the
All across the world right now, people are preparing for Christmas. For some, this time of the year brings joy and happiness and for others reflection, or even perhaps regret or pain as they look back over former years.
There are times and seasons in God’s will. If we learn God’s will but don’t understand that there are times and seasons in our lives and in the processes of fulfilling God’s will, we can easily become frustrated.
There is good news today for your finances! The Lord wants to speak to you through His Word to encourage you, build your faith and let you know that He is right there to walk with you through whatever you are facing financially.
God has wonderful plans for every one of our lives, but He has also given us freedom to make choices on our own.
Christians often talk about the “call” of God on our lives – our purpose, what we are here for and what we should be doing with our lives. This could be in terms of our job, where we live, and day-to-day - the people we meet and the things that we do.
Across thousands of classrooms worldwide, there are children being indoctrinated with the idea that they are here by accident. National curriculums teach impressionable students that they are here today as a result of millions of years of random “lucky accidents”.
Do you ever feel like your life has no purpose? Sometimes it might seem like there must be more to life.
In Ecclesiastes 1:2-8 (NIV) it says this,
“Meaningless! Meaningless!” says the Teacher. “Utterly meaningless! Everything is meaningless.”