Fear is a focus on an unwanted outcome in the future. Fear occurs because you are worried about experiencing a pain you don’t want to experience or not experiencing a pleasure you do want to experience.
Here are 3 signs God is saying, “Stop chasing love and just rest in me.”
Do you have a major desire in your heart that you know only God can answer? Perhaps you have a crippling sin pattern you want to be free from. Or maybe you want a godly spouse so you can partner with another in your service to God. Whatever it is, we can be sure that God is able (Matthew 7:7, James 1:17, Ephesians 3:20-21).
Do you feel empty inside? Are you tired of feeling alone, emotionally exhausted, and spiritually depressed?
God doesn’t want you to be lonely. However, God wastes nothing. Even though God wants you to be satisfied in him, in a healthy community, and thriving in a godly relationship (if that’s his will), there’s often a process God will put you through rather than just magically ending your loneliness.
Here are 5 biblical ways you can increase the favor of the Lord in your life.
By unpacking Ephesians 3:20-21, we can discover at least 3 principles that mean God is about to do far more than you can even ask for or imagine.
What does the Bible say about being disappointed with God?
As Christians, it’s okay to be disappointed with circumstances. We can even be disappointed with things that God allows. But we should never be disappointed with God himself because then we are saying our will is better than God’s will.
Here are four common instances that mean God is warning you that a storm is coming into your life soon.
Why would a loving God allow you to feel lonely?