What if God is reminding us through the magnificent beauty of a total solar eclipse that He’s here, watching over all of human kind?
How often have you said “This isn’t what I should be doing”? Then why are you doing it? Don’t look for a way out. Look for the reason you’re there.
Part 1 of my series on the relationship between Science and Religion focuses on the truth about Faith. What is it? Why is it? And how do we perceive it?
Why do we struggle with Temptation? What can your own temptations tell you about yourself, your strengths and weaknesses, and God’s calling for you?
What is self-compassion? What is the difference between that and selfishness? And how is it key to understanding how to love thy neighbor?
God is very deliberate in the challenges he places in front of us. Doing God’s work means taking those challenges on, and being grateful for them.
If the world and the universe are both full of chaos, how can there possibly be a God? That’s because chaos is a matter of perception, not the truth.
When God gives you a push, something amazing is indeed waiting for you. It’s a rare thing, but it soon becomes clear why He does this.
If God has a purpose for you, why are you still struggling? How do you know God hasn’t abandoned you? Maybe you’re STILL HERE for a reason.