Most of us are OK with being late, especially with the arrival of technology that allows us to let everyone else know that we are “on our way.” You aren’t late when you tell them you are coming, right?
When we quietly suspect that we don’t have what it takes, we shrink back in all sorts of passive ways. So what does it take to stay engaged in the face of fear?
Many of us just made it through another holiday season without someone to love or a date to kiss in the new year. And our deepest fear — of living unwanted and unloved — shivers down into our bones.
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Staying busy, working hard and striving to achieve goals aren’t bad practices, but they can’t replace our reliance on God.
Idol. Yes, hustle is an idol if it draws you into practices that take God off the throne of your life.
If your life isn’t panning out as you expected and you have a hard time finding contentment in your present circumstances, give God control of your failure.
The Apostle Paul says my speech should always be gracious and seasoned with salt (Colossians 4:6), not peppered with profanity.
Conflict is a part of life. And conflict-resolution skills can serve us well in many arenas — in dating, with friends, at work and in ministry.