We’re taught that God is a God of blessings and He longs to bless His people. It’s easy to see God working in your life when the blessings are flowing and all is well. But what happens when you can’t seem to see any of His blessings for miles? What about when all you see is trouble, trials and calamity all around you? Does it mean that God is not at work in your life?
“We are more than conquerors through Christ who loved us” Romans 8:37
There is one thing that all successful people have in common. It’s not money and it’s not circumstances. It’s the way they think.
Whether your goal is to start your own business or experience more joy in your marriage, the first step in getting what you want is thinking different—and better—thoughts.
One of the biggest mistakes I see people make is
I’m so excited to introduce you to Jim Wolstenholm. Jim is an unapologetic follower of Jesus who loves to help others strengthen their relationship with Christ through prayer.
At some point, whether by faith or desperation, everyone will throw up a word to God for help.
So, what can we expect when we pray?
There are three outrageous and identical promises Jesus gave his disciples:
Are you longing to fulfill God’s purpose for your life?
As difficult as this may be to hear, you were not put on this earth to be happy. That’s the bad news.
The good news is, you were put on this earth to do amazing things that only you are equipped to do. In other words, you were placed here to fulfill God’s purpose for your life.
One of the things that I see often in my life coaching practice is people who are searching for happiness, but happiness still eludes them. They long for fulfillment and joy, but they are looking in all the wrong places.
That’s because happiness is a byproduct of living a life of purpose. Purpose gives your life meaning and when you know your life has meaning, happiness radiates from within.
As believers and followers of Christ we know the one thing: God operates on is Faith.
As a Christian Women’s Speaker, I teach on this topic often. Yet the term faith is used so loosely now that it has lost meaning, Much like the word love–how can the same word be appropriate whether you say “I love my husband” or “I love pizza”?
The key to understanding what faith truly is, is action. Our actions show loud and clear what our faith is. And our actions include our words. There is one word that I is the biggest faith killer of them all — the word “but”.
Did you know that as God’s princess, it is His desire to fulfill the desires of your heart? If that is true (and it is), then why do so many of your desires go unmet?