"Therefore I tell you, her sins, which are many, are forgiven—for she loved much. But he who is forgiven little, loves little.” And he said to her, “Your sins are forgiven.” Luke 7:47-48
The Holy Spirit in our lives offers us the power to be able to live above the frenzy with purpose, enthusiasm and divine energy.
Any _Fault in Our Stars_ fans out there?
Christians: anything but normal.
If only spiritual transformation were easy. We want a once-for-all victory so that we won't have to keep wrestling with the same old issues. Unfortunately, that's not usually how it goes.
Jesus not only came to bring hope. He is our hope. He can turn even the darkest of circumstances into an opportunity for joy. How much do you radiate hope?
If you've ever wondered how to get started memorizing the Bible, here's what I discovered along the way.
Becoming more like Jesus doesn't happen by exerting great amounts of willpower. It starts with beholding. If you're tired of falling into the same sins, again and again, try this.
The hardest part of restoration is forgiving ourselves. The God we serve has already forgiven us when we asked for it.