Bitterness is like drinking poison and thinking the other person is going to die.
“The worth of our abundance, no matter how small it is, is the empathy that drives us to understand those with less and that compels us to reach out and help.” from How to Add Value to Our Wealth
If it hasn’t filled you, it’s for you; thus, ministry occurs in the overflow of what you and Christ share.
Never forget the days that humbled you.
“God hides big messages in plain sight.” from The Spectacle of Grace
“We may hang onto God, but we’ll always be trying to fix ourselves, always trying to pay a debt that has already been forgiven. If we don’t realize that the burden has been removed, we’ll continue dealing with the agony and frustration—the guilt—that comes with trying to lift it, never experiencing freedom.” from What to […]
“Every Christian will surely taste his own sweat and feel the grain in his mouth.” from This Faith is Not for Wimps
Instead of asking “Why me, God?” I began to ask “What am I to learn from this?” Being thankful changed me from being a victim to a student. Even in my darkest hour God had something to show me and was desperately trying to get my attention. Chris Hendrix from “Thanks Series” Guest Post
“Purer faith is seeing things through heaven’s eyes rather than from the ground view of our circumstances. This is why Paul is always reminding us to set our minds on ‘things above’ where our real selves reside—with Christ seated in heavenly places.” Mel Wild, from “Thanks Series” Guest Post