The term “falling in love” can be dangerous for Christians for a variety of reasons.
Here are 5 commons signs the Lord will show you when he is trying to warn you that someone is just playing games and has no intentions of entering into a serious relationship with you.
One of the most dangerous temptations all Christians are hit with as we live in a world who rejects God is to hide our true beliefs and identities in Christ. As Matthew 10:32-33 (NIV) states, “Whoever acknowledges me before others, I will also acknowledge before my Father in heaven. But whoever disowns me before others, I will disown before my Father in heaven.”
Therefore, here are 4 ways to stop hiding your true self in Christ from people in your life.
Many times in life God will actively shut doors in your life so you are unable to move forward. It’s in these times where it is much easier to know the will of God for your life.
Here are 5 common ways God could cause a marriage to occur in your life.
What does the Bible say about losing God’s favor?
Everything good we get from God is all by grace. This means that God truly loves us and blesses us even though we don’t deserve this. However, the Bible is also clear that God gives extra favor to those who obey him (Psalm 5:12). This does not mean we earn blessings from God; it means that God will bless people with good things when they are prepared to handle those gifts in obedience.
So here are 4 ways you could be forfeiting God’s favor in your life.
Here are 5 ways you can overcome feeling like damaged goods.
The Bible says that when your identity is rooted in Christ, the fruits you produce in your life will be the evidence. So one of the best ways to be able to tell if someone truly has their identity rooted in Christ is by looking for the fruits of the Spirit mentioned in Galatians 5:22-23.
There are many other ways to tell, however, that someone’s identity is truly rooted in Christ. Here are 3 ways you can tell if you are truly finding your identity in Christ. These points can also help you gauge whether or not someone else is rooted in Christ so you do not become unequally yoked (2 Corinthians 6:14).
Throughout life there will be countless times that we will desperately want to know if God is giving us a “yes” or a “no” to something we are praying about. So here are 5 things God will do in your life when he is giving you a “yes.”
Nobody wants to be hurt or abused in a relationship. But how can you avoid getting into a bad relationship? Isn’t it impossible to really know how someone will treat you until you actually start dating them?