The God of the universe is madly in love with you. Your beauty overwhelms him. Yet another would seek to buy your affections. Joe Niemand says it well in Your Surrender.
Celtic Christians were known for their simple, yet profound, prayers. This Celtic prayer for reconciliation captures the strength found in such praying.
"Take your time. Slow down. Enjoy what God has given you. After all, it is your time to take." Five things pop into my mind concerning time.
God's philosophy of greatness is radically different than our standards of achievement and success. Part of what makes us great in his kingdom is knowing how to play.
Do you have an inner lawyer struggling to win every case presented by a negative assumption? I'll bet that affects your time, energy, and relationships!
It’s easy for me to dig myself into a rut of work and suddenly realize that I haven’t balanced my life out with friends and good food in many weeks. How about you?
When I was about five years old a missionary told me that when I got to Heaven I would be a spirit, without a body and resembling the air and clouds. I knew he was wrong then and I still believe so.
How do you get to know someone you can’t see—someone who isn’t here like other people are here? How do you grow in relationship with Jesus--the invisible Bridegroom?
Do you ever find yourself thinking and speaking critically of another? Yep, me too—especially at times when I feel slighted or misunderstood.
A few years ago Tom and I decided to make Fridays our Sabbath—a day to avoid working or worrying about life. We knew we needed a weekly day of rest from our management of the universe.