When I use the phrase “the green light,” I’m referring to God saying yes to you in regards to your request about whether or not you should proceed forward down a certain path in life. For example, should you ask someone out on a date? Should you keep dating your boyfriend or girlfriend? Should you apply to a new job? Should you have that hard conversation with a family member? Should you join that certain ministry?
Here are 4 ways Satan will try to keep you from seeing the one God wants you to marry one day.
Here are 4 signs God is leading you to stop texting with someone or messaging with them online.
Because of the Coronavirus, many of us have been forced to experience a season of social isolation to help stop the spread of this pandemic.
Here are 4 signs God is warning you about a deceptive person.
In this article, my focus is not going to be on when and how the end times will unfold. That is a good biblical topic to study, but in this article I’m going to be focusing more on how you can prepare to overcome any fear of the end times. In Matthew 24:42-44 Jesus said:
All humans are currently being affected by COVID-19 in some way or the other. Some are sick, some have lost their jobs, and all of us are facing many unknowns. But even though we are experiencing something many of us have never experienced, through it all God’s mission for his people remains the same – to glorify him.
I don’t write too many articles about current events, and that was originally my plan in regards to the Coronavirus. However, over the last few weeks this issue has continued to build here in America. Thousands of people are getting sick and dying all over the world, the economy is taking a huge hit, and there is massive uncertainty all over the globe.
When we study Ephesians 3:14-21, we can discover at least 4 biblical truths to help us pray for a breakthrough.
Why does God allow us to struggle? One of the best men to look at when seeking to answer this question is the Apostle Paul.
Paul struggled a lot in his life and ministry. Thankfully he was also very open about his struggles. By studying what Paul wrote in the Bible, we can discover at least three reasons God allows us to struggle.