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“I have peace about this, so I know God is leading.” That seems to be the standard for decisions, but should peace be our ultimate goal?
Today I want to get practical about gossip, answer some of those questions that aren’t always easily answered using the Bible as our guide.
I once thought defining gossip was easy. But as a friend and I talked, we found that it isn’t always clear-cut. Does the Bible help?
True love. We dream about it, watch movies about it. But people disappoint. Did we not find it? Perhaps we don’t understand what true love is.
When God closes a door, somewhere He opens a window. It reminds us that God has a plan, but does this lead to truth? Or a false security?
Nothing comes from nothing… does anything come to mind? The phrase is from The Sound of Music, and impacts you more than you may think.
Do you read? Attitudes of the last year got me wondering: Does reading make a difference? And how much does what we’re reading matter?
Is God big? The Christian answer is bigger than big, right? But is that what **you** think? Your answer dramatically affects your life.
Surprise! Life just took a turn. Been there? I mean, besides in 2020. When last year started, I never saw the curveball God would toss my way.
It’s been a tough year, but does that mean that joy is gone? Should we sludge our way through this season of joy, pretending to be happy?
Season of peace? What do you do when circumstances besiege you, telling you that a season of peace is unrealistic? Naive? Childish?
This is the season of hope. Or hopelessness, depending upon what is going on in or around you right now. When life is difficult, is hope lost?