Christians That Get Entangledby stephanie reck
We are called to be Holy and to live righteously before God. We are also called to be a light in this dark world, but what happens when you become entangled in helping others?
Judge Notby Steve Countryman
What we all do at some point in time is to judge those who we plan on blessing. We evaluate their needs and decide if they are worthy of our help or advice. Does their need require my involvement? How much should I get involved? Will they appreciate my help? Can't they see how badly they are messing up? Can I afford the time necessary to help them? Will this cost me anything to help them? If I help them, what's in it for me?
Dealing With a Double Mindby Dwight Turner
Articles deals with the importance of focus and single-minded commitment in the Christian walk of faith. The concept of double-mindedness, as mentioned in James, is explored.
Loneliness / depressionby Henry Miranda
Don't let the devil discourage you, remember that you are made in the image of God you have the potential to do whatever you choose to do as long as it follows the plan that God has for your life. We need to pray and meditate on God's word and wait on the directions that the Lord has for us.
Truly The Undeserved Goodness Of God Leads To Repentanceby Ngozi Nwoke
Why will God allow evil men to be operating in this world? There is so much wickedness in the world now that many people are wondering if God exists and is what the bible says He is. The truth is that God exists and is what the scriptures say He is; however, His goodness is what is speaking for those evil men for the time being. This article emphasis that God is more interested in the salvation of a wicked man than his condemnation.
The Unbelief of Assumptionby Steve Countryman
It is easy to assume that what you look at every day will also limit what God can do every day. Your limited vision of the natural affects your assumption of unbelief. So you treat God as if He is part of this world. That assumption of unbelief will limit what God can do in your life. For a God only of the natural cannot do the supernatural. Unbelief is not the absence or lack of faith but the doubt that has been cast upon that faith.
Keep One Day Holyby Sue Darling
We need to give God one day when we are free to meditate on his love, mercy and goodness. It is good for our souls.
Do Not Be Conformed But Rather Be Transformedby Wendy B McLain
What are we sharing with the world? When we say we are followers of Christ do our actions show it? Accepted as a writer for Examiner.com as both Orlando Senior Health Examiner and Orlando Christian Living Examiner I found myself being convicted about the worldly media posted on the pages of my published work. Although I felt sure Examiner would scrub my article they indeed posted it. Read what God was speaking to my heart about being transformed by Him rather than being conformed by this world's evil system.
MAKING YOUR PROBLEMS WORSEby Jeffrey Hagan
We all have problems. We were never promised we would be free from problems on this earth. And unfortunately we often times make our own problems worse, even the disciples did so. This article addresses ways in which that happens so we can learn from them.
Refusing Graceby Jeffrey Snell
God desires our freedom from sin so we can truly be his. Confession is the beginning of freedom, but it's more than just acknowledging a list of things we've done wrong.
Come Homeby Jeffrey Snell
It isn't vain or selfish to believe God, your Father, longs to completely restore your relationship with him. He IS the dad in Jesus' story of the prodigal son.
Forsake Your Callingby Abby Kelly
The terrible thing is, no matter worry's origin, it finds its counterpart in you. It thrives on your waking hours, stalks your dreams and plays with your mind. It feels like pesky flies circling your good intentions, your attempts to concentrate, pray or ignore it.
Take it from a well, worn warrior. Stop looking for the straight and narrow. Stop searching for the plotted path, the intended direction. Stop seeking your calling or "what you're supposed to do". Abandon perfect. Abandon the map.
Touring the Gates of Hellby Gary Davidman
The lives of the citizens of Gotha, Germany were forever changed when, at the end of World War II, they were forced to see with their own eyes the devastation of the concentration camps. How would we be impacted if we were allowed (or even "forced") to see with our own physical eyes the spiritual devastation of our unbelieving friends, neighbors, and co-workers?
Well Aged by Seasonsby Abby Kelly
Our bodies slow down as God allows age to limit our lifestyle, to force us to take closer, longer looks at what really matters. It is in the slowness, even the stillness, that we know He is God. And in that knowing, we are so much closer to all we've ever hoped for--to be fully real, fully known and fully loved.