Tag: Heart Attitudes

Do You Matter More Than God?

Do you matter more than God? That’s kind of a silly question, isn’t it? Any decent Christian is going to respond quickly with a big fat NO. But sometimes our actions disagree with that answer! For instance, when we . . . whine about interruptions or inconveniences. complain about being too busy or stressed. throw […]

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Let Your Soul Be Stirred to Action

I decided to add a “current events” category in my reading challenge for this year, not because it’s something I particularly enjoy, but because I think it’s helpful and good to be informed of what’s going on in the world at large. I’m not a news junkie, political die-hard, or economics geek; but there’s other […]

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6 Things to Do While You’re Waiting for Healing

Imagine you’re dealing with a serious physical illness or injury that’s life-changing in some way. You recognize God’s sovereignty, yet naturally, you want to be healed of it. So you pray faithfully for healing. You remain steadfast in faith. You prioritize your spiritual well-being, but also use the gift of medicine that God has provided. And yet, you’re […]

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Too Busy to Pray?

How have you been lately? Wait, let me guess… busy, right? Seems like we’re all running crazy, trying to cram far more in a day than can reasonably fit within 24 hours. Between family schedules, work requirements, church commitments, medical appointments, and connecting with friends, our spare time is at a minimum. When that happens, […]

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Myers-Briggs Does Not Define You

Confession: I love a good personality test. Not those quizzes that go viral on Facebook, but actual “professional” personality tests like Myers-Briggs, Enneagram, or Big Five. I find it strangely satisfying to find the boxes I fit into — to see myself categorized as an introvert, for instance — and discover I’m not alone in how I see […]

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Love Tells the Truth

The word love gets thrown around a lot these days — whether it’s the most recent catchphrase (“love wins”), or the admonishment to “love the sinner and hate the sin,” or simply the world’s attempt to conquer hatred and injustice (“love conquers all”). But in the words of Inigo Montoya, I don’t think that word means what most […]

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In Search of True Peace

Let’s face it, we live in a stress-filled world. We excel at being chronic worriers. We fill our minds with anxious thoughts of everything that might go wrong. Our souls are less than tranquil. We have all these pressures piled on us. Getting our next paycheck, keeping the car running smoothly, preparing for bad weather, following politics, […]

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