“When I find myself prioritizing other things before God, as I did this morning, I falter.”
“Since our heart and passions reflect our relationship with God and the role He plays in our lives, it stands to reason that following one’s heart only makes sense if God resides in it and rules over it.”
Love is the signature of God that He has written across our hearts.
Our emotions can teach us about the nature of God, as well as the priorities of the things we love.
In the end, it is not God that disappoints. It is not God that disillusions us. We do it to ourselves.
In pleasing God, your actions will spark spiritual joy that you will find no other way.
Psalm 91 is called “the soldier’s prayer,” but we don’t need to be a soldier to seek God’s refuge and protection.