“A mirror reflects a man’s face, but what he is really like is shown by the kind of friends he chooses.”
When we provide worldly solutions, we are limited by the possible. But when we provide spiritual solutions, everything is possible.
In the end, it is not God that disappoints. It is not God that disillusions us. We do it to ourselves.
The early Christians were an Easter People. In the darkest hours before the dawn following Christ’s crucifixion, they did not lose faith in Jesus – nor in His promise that He would return.
In pleasing God, your actions will spark spiritual joy that you will find no other way.
It is the flaws we perceive in others that reflect those we fear about ourselves.
Psalm 91 is called “the soldier’s prayer,” but we don’t need to be a soldier to seek God’s refuge and protection.