Here are four common instances that mean God is warning you that a storm is coming into your life soon.
Here are 3 common ways God will reveal a “stop” to you.
Here are 4 signs that often mean God is saying, “Stop asking permission to fulfill your passion.”
Here are three instances where God will say to you, “Wait and you will see.”
Why would a loving God allow you to feel lonely?
Here are 3 instances where God is reminding you that he has not forgotten you and is encouraging you to keep following him.
All of us are on a journey with the Lord. When we put our faith in Jesus, we are born into a new life (John 3:16). But we don’t know all we need to know, we don’t possess all the maturity we need to possess, and we are not yet fully capable of walking in the callings God has for us in the years ahead.
What you are trusting in today will be tested tomorrow. Let that sink in: what you are trusting in today will be tested tomorrow.
Perhaps you want to be married, but no matter what you try you can’t seem to meet anyone. Perhaps you want a better career, but no matter how many applications you fill out, the phone never rings. Or perhaps you are watching someone you love make really destructive decisions and are faced with the cold reality that you are totally unable to convince them to change.
If there was ever a person who knew he was submitting to God’s calling on his life, it was John the Baptist. By applying Luke 3:4-20 to the question, “How can we know when we are submitting to God’s call on our lives?” we can discover at least 5 ways.