While God is always in control and will always accomplish his will (Ephesians 1:11), God allows us to make choices, even bad choices that lead to us missing out on good that he wanted to give us (Galatians 6:7-9).
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.
Here are three things you must never say to God.
Here are 4 reasons God always waits for us to put him first before he will bless us.
If you want to be blessed by God, here are 4 things he will tell you to remove from your life.
Whenever I talk about forgiveness, I feel it’s important to first point out the biblical difference between forgiveness and reconciliation. This is important because many people unwisely allow themselves to keep getting abused by unhealthy people because they feel that’s what it means to forgive. But that’s not biblical forgiveness.
Here are 4 common signs that mean God is asking you something.
Here are 4 signs God is actually leading you to repent of idolizing a relationship by pursuing a godly relationship with pure motives.
Here are 3 signs that mean God is asking you to put more trust in his love for you.
God always wants us to keep our focus on him, but there are special seasons where he will lead us to intentionally refocus on him in a more committed way.