God always wants the best for us. Therefore, since God knows that he himself is the best, God’s primary desire for us is that we love him most of all. Here are 3 common signs that God is actively seeking to increase your love for him for your good and his glory.
Here are 3 possible reasons God is not allowing you to enter into a new season of life right now even though you really want to.
Here are 3 signs God has you right where he wants you.
Our lives will certainly be filled with doing many good things that God wants us to do. But sometimes God wants us to fast from focusing on other good things so that we can refocus on what his best – which of course is God himself.
What does it really mean to put God first in your life?
The only reason I used the phrase “trying to increase your faith” in the title of this article is because I do believe that there must be a willingness on our part to follow God when he is seeking to increase our faith. God won’t increase your faith if you reject his offer. If we resist, the opportunities for growth he is giving us will be wasted.
Contrary to popular belief, following God is not the safest way to live your life. The Bible is full of incredible stories of faithful saints who followed God even when it was risky. However, the Bible is also full of verses commanding us to be wise. As Christians, we need to find the biblical balance between wisdom and taking risks when God leads us to do so.
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).
Before we can talk about “God testing you,” we first have to clarify the differences between a test and a temptation. While the Bible is clear that God can initiate a test in your life, it is also clear that God will never tempt you with sin.
Here are 3 bad things that happen to you when you do not put God first in your life every day.