Sometimes it’s the words we choose not to say that speak most loudly about our character.
You’ve never gone too far that God can’t redeem you, restore you, forgive you, and give you a second chance.
Tonight, no matter what you’re going through… backtrack and remember all the places where God has been so faithful before in your life. And know. Know with assurance. And boldness. And confidence. He is the same faithful God.
No matter your age, stage of life, or circumstances, don’t forget to dare to dream with God. You don’t have to figure anything out. Just keep saying yes to Him, in big ways and small, and watch what He does.
Today, let’s be determined to see blessings in the midst of things that seem like burdens.
Big things are built one brick at a time. Victories are achieved one choice at a time. A life well lived is chosen one day at a time.
Most of us spend years chasing things in this world that we think will make us feel loved. But everything this world has to offer is temporary. Everything. The kind of love our souls crave is lasting, eternal. And only God can fill up our hearts with that kind of love.
Remember, the Devil loves to make us focus on the little that’s wrong so we miss the big picture of all that’s right.
God is mighty. God is caring. God is worthy of praise. God is loving. God is able. God is in control. Nothing takes God by surprise. Some sweet reminders to soak in before falling asleep tonight.
Lord, help me to see what comes my way as an opportunity instead of an inconvenience.
Having faith doesn’t mean I have all the answers. It means trusting God especially in the midst of uncertainty.
The only way our faith can strengthen is if we use it.
This life is not about me. It’s about joining hands with Jesus to fulfill whatever tasks He sets before me and to share His love with all He brings my way.
You have the exact qualities God knew your kids would need in a mother. Each day, hold up your willingness and ask God to make you the best version of you that you can possibly be.
I was made for more than being stuck in a vicious cycle of defeat. I am not made to be a victim of my poor choices. I was made to be a victorious child of God.
This morning, you have a choice. You can lay in the dark replaying the awful events of the week, or you can turn the light on and read God’s Word-His truth-which is the best thing to do when lies are swarming and painful thoughts are attacking like a bunch of bloodthirsty mosquitoes.
Don’t let people’s compliments go to your head, and don’t let their criticisms go to your heart. The degree to which you do either of these things is the degree to which you’ll be ruled by what other people think of you.
Feelings are indicators, not dictators. They can indicate where your heart is in the moment, but that doesn’t mean they have the right to dictate your behavior and boss you around. You are more than the sum total of your feelings and perfectly capable of that little gift . . . called self-control.
A woman who is careful with her words is a gift to all who know her.
Dear Lord, forgive me for all of the times I’ve compared myself to others. I know that You have hand-picked all of my qualities. Help me to see these things as beautiful reminders of Your great love in creating me as Your daughter. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
Wise women tuck Godly wisdom into the words they speak and even more into the words they choose not to speak.
When to give grace? I’d rather stand before God knowing I loved others too much rather than regretting that I judged too harshly.
Scars are beautiful when we see them as glorious reminders that we courageously survived.
At the end of the day, honoring God leads to good things. Anything else leads to confusion, emotional exhaustion and a lack of good things.
Trying to fix another person will only add to my anxiety. Letting Jesus work on me is where real progress can happen.