Tag: doubt

Advent Day 16: The Wall Comes Tumbling Down


Are you facing a wall today? A wall of discouragement, disappointment, or doubt? A hopeless situation where you cannot see you’re way out?

Day 33 – He Was Crucified in Weakness, but Lives by the Power of God

I wonder how many of us are guilty of this same thing? We want more proof that God is real. We’re looking for proof in blessings and materialism. Proof in large ministries and twitter followers. Proof in a life of comfort and ease. What does proof look like today?

When My Faith is Frail

      I’m feeling terrible—I couldn’t feel worse!     Get me on my feet again. You promised, remember? When I told my story, you responded;     train me well in your deep wisdom. Help me understand these things inside and out     so I can ponder…


I want to live like Jesus. I hope that I willingly surrender in order to seek Him more. I  wish I didn’t crave the things of this world. But I have a problem. There is a war going on inside. I cannot figure out how…

When Everything Isn’t Okay

This morning I spoke to a friend who lost her job out of the blue, leaving her in a state of confusion. A few hours later, another friend called sharing concern over a nodule that was discovered during her annual exam. During our normal routine,…

Why Can’t Things Just be Normal?

May we be reminded: the Enemy is sly. He uses everyday situations and ordinary people to get us derailed.

Impossible Expectations

Even if everything wasn’t just right, it felt good to be home. However, I quickly realized the momentous expectations I had placed in merely a building.

At least on the bright side

“Ma’am, please fill this out and take a seat over there.” I was handed a clipboard with paperwork to be completed. Could she not see I was completely exhausted? Could she not tell the kind of hellish day its already been? I just wanted…

I’m just a mom

God is able to calm the storm. When He chooses not to He is up to a greater good.

Fear Not

Experts have estimated that forty percent of things we worry about will never even happen, thirty percent of things we worry about are things from the past, twelve percent of our worries are about our health (when nothing is actually wrong with us), and…

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