Many times in life God will actively shut doors in your life so you are unable to move forward. It’s in these times where it is much easier to know the will of God for your life.
Here are 5 common ways God could cause a marriage to occur in your life.
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).
Throughout life there will be countless times that we will desperately want to know if God is giving us a “yes” or a “no” to something we are praying about. So here are 5 things God will do in your life when he is giving you a “yes.”
Here are 3 answers to the question, “If God loves me, why won’t he give me the relationship I want?”
It’s hard to know what God is up to in your life when you are in a season of waiting on the Lord. Perhaps you are waiting for the right job, the right word of confirmation, or the right relationship. But why is God making you wait so long?
Here are 4 things the Lord might be accomplishing through your season of waiting.
This is one of those articles that you have to read the whole thing because I will be answering this question from different angles. In one sense God will let you marry the wrong person but in another sense God will not let you marry the wrong person. Much of the confusion that will undoubtably occur in the comment section below will be based on language and misunderstanding how we are using phrases to mean different things.
How can you find your calling from God? The first thing we need to do is define what we mean by this term, “calling.”
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.