What does it really mean to put God first in your life?
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.
Here’s 4 reasons God doesn’t allow some relationships to work out.
Here are 3 signs that God is trying to tell you something.
Here are 5 things God will do in your life to let you know that your heart is ready to be in a godly Christian relationship.
Currently my most watched video on YouTube is called 4 Signs God Is Protecting You from a Bad Relationship. In this article, I’m going to give you 4 more important signs to also look for if you sense that God is trying to protect you from getting into a bad relationship.
How can you know what God is saying to you? I’ve talked about this topic a lot. In previous articles some of the most important ways of hearing God’s voice that I covered are the word of God, through the Holy Spirit’s leading in your heart, and through the circumstances of your life.
In this article, we will talk about 3 specific signs that mean God is probably saying “No” to a question or prayer request you have.
Here are 3 things God will do when he is trying to protect you from marrying the wrong person.
In Hebrews 4 we learn that Jesus Christ is our great high priest. This means that Jesus, God himself, mediates for us as we seek to come into the presence of God. So the first key to hearing the voice of God is to come before him through Jesus Christ, for without Christ we can’t truly have a relationship with God. As Hebrews 4:14-16 beautifully expresses:
Since then we have a great high priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus, the Son of God, let us hold fast our confession. . . . Let us then with confidence draw near to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need.”