God doesn’t bless us with good because we deserve it. Rather, all good from God comes by grace. However, God does wait to bless us until we are mature enough to handle the blessings he wants to give us.
How can you win the war on lust?
When I use the phrase “God wants you to reject someone” in this article, I’m not saying God wants any of you to be mean or disrespectful to anyone. I’m simply talking about shutting down a relationship opportunity.
Liking someone is not bad. It’s good. God made men and women to desire marriage and so it’s natural for two single people to have feelings they want to explore to see if marriage might be in their future together. But Satan will certainly try to use your feelings against you. Feelings for another person can be used for God’s glory or they can be used to lead you into sin. Satan is an opportunist. His desire is to use everything in your life for bad.
A temptation is when we are being enticed to sin. God never tempts us (James 1:13).
What does the Bible say about finding God’s personal will for your life? And how can you know what God’s will is for you if you don’t have an exact Bible verse to refer to and you can’t hear anything from God in prayer?
Here are 3 common things that often happen before God brings someone new into your life.
A few weeks ago I wrote an article titled 4 Reasons God Let You Fall in Love with Someone Who Does Not Love You Back. Many of you asked the follow up question, “Why would God allow someone to fall in love with me even though I don’t love them back?”
Here are three things you must never say to God.
Here are 9 subtle ways pornography is annihilating your life and killing your future.