Monthly Archives: March 2023

Your Frustration is trying to tell you something!

Frustration is something that we all have experienced at one time or another. Usually, the normal reaction for frustration may involve anxiety, anger, depression or even hopelessness if we believe a situation cannot change. We believe that the frustration comes

Tired of Suffering?

A man came to his pastor and said, “Pastor, would you please pray that God will give me patience?” Two weeks later, he returned and said, “Good grief, Pastor! Terrible things are happening to me. My life’s coming unglued.” “Well,”

Remember, Don’t Waste YOUR seasons of waiting!

 Do you ever feel that waiting on something to happen is like being stuck in time? Stuck in life? I have. But I’ve discovered that waiting on God is an active pursuit of His will. Of His ways and His

Don’t worry, God will help you!

I have known people that have killed themselves. Unfortunately, most people have known someone that has done that. It’s a horrible epidemic that is bordering on a pandemic. Maybe it’s not that extreme but sometimes it feels like it is

Spend Time With God, Get Revived!

And now, dear brothers and sisters, one final thing. Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise. ~ Philippians 4:8 NLT

Sometimes the Best Prayers are the Unanswered Ones!

In an instant-gratification-addicted world, where we need and want answers, meals, information and almost everything instantly, we sometimes treat our prayer life the same way. If we don’t get an answer or see a situation change in about a week,

Maybe YOUR problems are only “tests of faith”!

For many the word “test” brings anxiety. We have so many tests in our lives:  math, spelling, driver’s license, swimming, blood, medical … and each comes with a grade or pass/fail result. Either way, we want to pass the tests.

If Your Back’s Against the Wall, Pray!

When Arioch, the commander of the king’s guard, came to kill them, Daniel handled the situation with wisdom and discretion. (Daniel 2:14) Daniel was scheduled to be executed along with all the wise men in Babylon’s court. Daniel was an

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