Photo by Michael Heuss on Unsplash Prayer is one of the greatest ways that we can talk to the Lord and fellowship with Him. Prayer is not a magic spell. It is about a two-way relationship. This is an example of a prayer we can pray for ourselves and others that is loosely based on… Continue reading Prayer Day
We Christian women tend to think we should be friends with everyone and be people pleasers. But there are times when we should “avoid such people.” Let’s see when those times might be in our relationships.
Photo by Oscar Keys on Unsplash I am so thankful for this dear sister’s story and for the victory she has experienced in Christ! We have all felt the darkness of despair. May we all experience the Light and hope of Jesus like this wife and mom did. (Shared with permission.) ———— Dear April, I… Continue reading God’s Healing for Suicidal Thoughts
Photo by Noah Buscher on Unsplash As believers in Christ, we are not to have a critical, judgmental spirit, but there are times when we do need to share a life-giving, godly rebuke. We don’t just want to ignore a situation where someone is hurting others or himself/herself. How can we rightly discern the… Continue reading A Critical Spirit VS. a Godly Rebuke
Photo Credit – Flickr Before we get into the issue of why not to criticize our in-laws, let’s define criticism. When I am speaking about criticism in this post, I am talking about: having a critical, judgmental, negative, condemning spirit toward others that cannot be pleased. insulting other people. fault-finding. gossipping. having a negative attitude.… Continue reading 6 Reasons NOT to Criticize Your In-Laws