I know flossing is important but I struggle to do it consistently. It was the same when it came to spending time with God until I tried this.
When we live with little prayer we are really telling God that we don’t trust Him. Maintaining a vital connection to God in prayer is a choice.
Have you ever been caught in a conversation where your mind wandered and you missed what the other person was saying?
Sharing your faith can be a little scary. But really, there’s nothing more fun than helping a friend discover the treasure of Jesus.
When you look through God’s eyes, you see people for who they could become. Then you get to join Him in redeeming the world.
People say things like, “God spoke to me” or “The Lord told me.” What does that mean? If I don’t hear from God, am I doing something wrong?
The Scriptures portray a God who never stops working. Have our lives become so loud that we can't hear what God is saying?
Not every thought that runs through your head is from God. How do you know when a prompting is from God and when it’s Satan whispering lies?
You may be trying to sell the gospel while the person you’re talking to is already curious and open. Too much zeal can close an open door.
Instead of worrying about how to have the "big talk," first focus on small talk. The key is to just be yourself, and not to edit God out of your conversations.
When it comes to evangelism, I’m a pretty slow learner. Here are two little stories–one about a time I failed to obey the Spirit, and another about a time I stepped out in faith.
If the Creator’s voice is always reaching out to us — always wooing and beckoning us to a greater life in Him, then why are we so hard of hearing?
Turn down the background noise.
Hearing from God isn't always easy, but with practice, two-way communication with the Creator of the universe can become your day-to-day experience.
Is anybody listening?
Are you listening?
Are you listening and looking for Jesus?