I want to be able to love God for who He is and not for what He gives me.
With God by my side, and God going ahead of me, all I need to face the future is faith, faith in His goodness and sovereignty.
“What does death mean to you?” I stared at the question on the volunteer application form. I was applying to volunteer at a local hospice. I left
“As the years went by, Ryan pined for a furry friend. He dreamed of playing with his dog in the park, reading books to his puppy pal, and teaching him funny tricks. Excitedly, but patiently, he waited. And waited.”
I wanted to do or say something to comfort him. I wanted to tell him that I understood how it felt to be discriminated for being different. I wanted to hug him. But I froze.
Not knowing all the details about my future made me nervous. The future was elusive, and it made me feel out of control.
Jesus’ resurrection not only guarantees our future but also helps us live our lives here on earth with power and purpose.
Humanity’s search for a savior and longing for salvation culminates in Jesus Christ.
This post is written in response to the word prompt given by the Five Minute Friday community of writers. Writers are to free write for
As a new parent, I was overwhelmed when I read this passage from the Bible: Deuteronomy 11:18-20 (ESV): “You shall therefore lay up these words