Barriersby Steve Countryman
Isaiah 59:2-3"2But your iniquities have separated you from your God, (barriers); your sins have hidden his face from you, so that he will not hear.
How to Hear Godby Mark Nickles
Every Christian I know at least claims to desire to hear God. Undoubtedly, there is a need for us to hear from Him on a daily basis, perhaps more than ever before. Well, if you truly desire to hear God, take heart! According to the Bible, it's not the lucky, or particularly blessed who hear Him, it's anyone who takes a few specific steps.
It Is Foolishness To Compare Yourself With Othersby Ngozi Nwoke
How far have you gone with your purpose in life? You are special and unique before God and so is your purpose. But comparing yourself with others will distract you and hinder you from fulfilling it. The people you compare yourself with are not better positioned than you are before God, what you have and where you are, are enough for you to deliver. This article gives you reasons why it is foolishness to compare yourself with others.
sisterhood is a beautiful thingby Shemariah Yeung
share life, share hard time together
uphold you in good and bad times with prayers and encouragement
every one of us is precious in God's eyes, we are equal in Him
love from the Lord Jesus
No need to be blood-related, it is Christ-related indeed
Casting Stones - The Unfaithful Womanby French Miller
A woman brought before Jesus was guilty of her sin, she was caught in the very act of adultery, but yet Jesus did not condemn her. As christian we are to be like Jesus and treat others in a way that He would treat them. We all have a past, we all have sins.
Church In Crisisby Tolulope Adewole
What does God expect from this young Christian lady who is forced to attend a church with notoriously less than perfect individuals?
Open Handsby Steve Countryman
An open hand shows honesty of nothing hidden. No hidden weapons, no hidden agendas, no surprises just an open honest relationship. An open hand acknowledges a need and makes a request for help.
How Christians Can Overcome Shameby stephanie reck
Dictionary.com defines shame as a painful emotion caused by a consciousness of guilt or shortcoming. Far too many Christians feel unworthy, dirty or not good enough. Shame can have roots all the way to someone's childhood, especially if there were any forms of abuse, rejection, or abandonment. Some people carry shame all of their lives and do not even know it.
What God Sounds Likeby Abby Kelly
God wants you to know Him, His heart, His will. He even clothed His personhood in human flesh, just like ours, so that man could touch and see Him.
What Does Our Faith Cost Us?by Mark Nickles
We Christians in the U.S. live comfortably with a faith which we have tailored to fit right in with the world. We make sure we don't say the "wrong" things, that we don't make waves, and that we don't give anyone a reason to dislike us, due to our Christianity. We've done so for decades, now. And, while doing so, we have not only robbed those around us of the effects of the salt and light of the Kingdom of God, but we have actually made it easier for groups like ISIS to compete for the hearts and minds of those looking for meaning.
The Spirit Of Fearby Dr. Henderson Ward
The spirit of fear is alien to Christians, yet so many believers are consumed with fear, and easily intimidated. So how are we to banish our fears. Let's take a look.
Tulips & Rosesby louis gander
Right under our noses
are tulips and roses.
There's no place that I'd rather be.
And if you come hither
you'll find they won't wither
for God surely loves you and me.
Knock On Jesus' Door And You Will Never Go Empty Handedby Ngozi Nwoke
When last did you knock on Jesus Christ's door? The Lord is always receiving knocks on His door and He is expecting yours too. Nobody knocks on His door in faith and returns empty handed. Jesus is the God of all possibilities and your case cannot be the first impossible case. This article tells you more about this.
SLOWDOWNby Sue Darling
The silent prayer is a very hard prayer to practise because quiet often we think we are wasting our time, but that is far from the truth.
parable of patienceby julie clark
A parable of patience
Once there was a farmer, who bought a baby apple tree. He lovingly put it in the ground watered it and fed it with good things and the tree settled down and was growing nicely. But then one night there was a mighty storm, the little tree survived as it had firmly established its roots, but on one of the branches there was a split and almost came off.