That is the thing, though. Every time, we have to choose to see when it is time to let go — of the winter, of our hurts, of our shame, of our past. Every time, we have to choose to come to the One who makes all things new, who gives us a new heart. We can hold on to the promise that Jesus makes us new. The old is gone and all things have become new.
A friend and I were talking about fear the other day. About how the same actions can be driven by either fear or love. Consider, say, going to church every Sunday or reading our Bible every day. Do we do these because we love God and want more of Him? Or have we been raised […]
I decided to go against my regular posting pattern and bring this book review to you. Kiss the Wave: Embracing God in Your Trials by Dave Furman was published at the end of January and if it is not yet on your reading list, I highly recommend adding it there. “What does it mean to […]
From work to looks to parenting, today’s society often seems to require us to be perfect in every way. Imperfection has become a thing, too, now. We encourage authenticity and imperfection in others, yet deep down most of us still want to achieve perfection. The desire to be perfect is actually a God-given urge. But there […]