He is there for every decision you to make, every task you need to accomplish and every relationship you need to navigate.
On the other side of obedience, there's freedom and victory.
God's sovereignty has not been shipwrecked by your storm.
You were not made to impress people, you were made for the applause of heaven.
In the midst of a universe that cannot exist for a second without constant motion, God transcended the order of nature. He stopped. He rested. And He prescribes the same for you and me.
Yet some of the most faithful, effective Christians I know are those who are living out their quiet calling to the few in their home, to their fledging church, or to the homeless under a bridge in their city. Nothing is meager or insignificant about that.
They were creating a program on contemplative prayer called Be Still. They asked me to be a part of this project that was designed to help Americans see the importance of spending time before God in stillness. I knew immediately that God wanted me to be a part of the project.
Persistent, internal inklings matched by external confirmation is often the way God directs believers into His will.
If you feel an overwhelming urge to act spontaneously, pull in the reins.
Yesterday's partial obedience creates staggering consequences in today's experiences.
True success in any endeavor can only come when the Father has initiated the activity and invited our participation.
God has gone before us so we can walk in the future He has for us.
Contentment is the equilibrium between the enjoyment of life now and the anticipation of what is to come.
Having your spiritual radar up in constant anticipation of His presence- even in the midst of the joyful chaos and regular rhythms of your everyday living- is paramount in hearing God, because sometimes the place and manner you find Him is the least spectacular you'd expect.
It is time for us to breathe and build margin into our lives for God. Sabbath was intended as a gift, and it is still a gift to us today. If you are weary, worn out, and exhausted the concept of Sabbath will change your life.
Most of our days are filled with routine duties required for life to continue with any sort of sanity. But if we take the time look closely, we might discover that God is using these normal activities to prepare us for future tasks, each duty pointing to His blessing in our lives.
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