Our God is three persons in one. After I learned to love the Father and the Son, I asked the Holy Spirit to also reveal Himself to me. And He did.
Christians Get Disappointed Too
It can be easy to fall into the belief that because God considers us his children, our lives will be full of pleasantries. We are blessed by God, aren’t we? But perhaps that blessing takes a different shape then what we would like
Slave to Prince(ss)
Did you know, according to Romans 6:16, you’re a slave? But we get to choose who we serve and when we serve God in all that we do, we become His children.
Wrestling with God
Life gets hard, and in these times where the world and subsequently God doesn't seem to make sense, we need to wrestle like Jacob did. When we do so, We'll find God's blessing.
Accept Your Call: Warrior
Becoming a Christian is easy. You believe in your heart and confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord. Boom. Done. Being a Christian after that point is not easy. God does not promise you prosperity or a smooth ride through life into eternity. If that were the case, we wouldn’t need half of the... Continue Reading →
Death, Where is Your Sting?
"Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be uninformed about those who sleep in death, so that you do not grieve like the rest of mankind, who have no hope." 1 Thessalonians 4:13
The Peace of Surrender
Is Jesus weeping over your image of Him? Just like the Jewish crowd during the Triumphal entry, we can create false Jesuses. When we attempt to surrender to those, we are left with calamity in our souls.
Faith and Figs
There’s this often overlooked aspect of the week before Easter where Jesus curses a Fig tree, but this brief event can teach us a lot about good, evil, God, and our faith.
Perfection is a Burden You Don’t Have to Bear
As we grow in our faith, we want to hide our sins more. Falling is for toddlers, not for adults, but Jesus simply wants the honest and genuine you.
Easter Advent Week 1
Remember Who You Are If you ask me what my favorite holiday is, I would have to say Christmas. The lights and snow brightening up the dark winter nights and the prospect of hope entering the world are the main reasons. Perhaps it also has something to do with the fact my birthday is the... Continue Reading →