“No one can serve two masters. Either you will hate the one and love the other, or you will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and money.”
I serve a God who is incredibly personal and wants to direct my life.
“Does God Care About My Happiness?” was my most visited blog post in 2020. This confirmed my suspicion that many people are walking around as I did–with a view of God that is less than kind.
An acorn doesn’t grow into an oak tree overnight; it takes years to grow into something strong and sturdy. Despite the cues from nature, we seem to think important things in our lives should take root and flourish overnight.
God knows the talents and gifts He’s given us. He is convinced of who we can become. Sometimes it just takes us a while to agree.
When life throws curveballs, who will you trust to meet your needs?
God’s word says that we can boldly come before His throne in prayer. But does He really want to hear about the things we want most?
When everything is going wrong it can seem like God doesn’t care. Does He really care about your happiness?
Spending time with God is crucial to the life of a believer, but if we aren’t careful, we can turn our faith into a formula.
Things don’t always turn out the way we’d hoped. The good news is, we can put our faith in something more solid than an outcome.