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.
What we do understand of God is limited by our capacity to comprehend concepts that are not of this world.
There will be those who choose not to believe, but faith always begins with listening to the teaching of Christ.
Psalm 91 is often referred to as the “Soldier’s Psalm,” because it offers refuge and protection in times of danger. However, it isn’t limited to soldiers. It is available to all believers.
There is only one God and only one way to God. That way is through Christ, and it is exclusive of all others.
My faith cooled and became lukewarm when it should have boiled.
By recognizing our mistakes and accepting responsibility for them, we can demonstrate our faith in Christ’s forgiveness and acknowledge our human fallibility. By so doing, we take advantage of an opportunity to grow in God’s grace.
God was visible in the compassion and community of the people where I lived.