Tag Archives: comfort

Going through hard time? The Bible Can help you! Here’s how!

Why is Bible reading important? Most Christians know they should read their Bibles. But often, our Bible reading can feel dry and insignificant. Why is it so important for us to read this book? What’s the urgency of it? Ruth and Naomi’s story

Does this Christmas find YOU Uncertain?

In times of uncertainty people want visionary leaders. But what if God’s good plan For You is a period of sustained uncertainty? What if God wants you to trust Him moment by moment and day by day instead of having

Are You Worried Or Afraid?

Do you ever deal with worry, stress, anxiety or fear? We do and we  are going to guess that you do too. We were praying about what to write today and felt that this is the message that the Lord

Did YOU know what you are going through is….Nothing New?

2 Corinthians 12:2-10 Remember that suffering is not new. In what is probably the oldest book in the Bible, the book of Job, we read, “For man is born for trouble, as sparks fly upward” (Job 5:7). Now there’s a

Instead of worrying, Follow God’s Leads!

My husband and I recently started taking ballroom dancing classes.  Ballroom dancing isn’t like the modern dancing that you might do at a club or a wedding.  It is very structured.  There are rules, specific steps, and techniques.  And there

Maybe You Just Need To Trust God In Your Hard Stuck Places!

Have you ever felt like you’re stuck in the middle of something? Maybe it was a stressful financial situation that didn’t seem to have a clear resolution. Maybe it was a challenging relationship where things felt tense and unresolved. Maybe

Don’t quit,Your problem could be a test!

Are you feeling stressed, unsure, and insecure with all this uncertainty that’s going on in your life and in the world? Is it testing your Faith and you’re wondering when things are going to let-up and get better and be

Maybe What is Occuring is because you Need Selah!

  Kent complained about having too much to do and being tired of rushing around all the time. He thought that his hurried, overcrowded life was inevitable for him as a pastor who had a family and lived in Orange

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