In a moment of crisis, some unlikely but life-changing relationships can be forged.
Life doesn’t always go the way we think it should. These 4 Biblical principles remind us that God is in control of everything.
These Bible stories about trusting God will inspire you to overcome circumstances and inspire your faith to believe.
God gives each of us talents. We need to trust that God gave us our talents for a reason, and be grateful enough to serve others with our talents.
Trusting God means believing that everything in our lives is happening for a reason. Do you have this attitude toward God influencing you and your decisions in your life? When we don’t have a personal and emotional connection to how God is moving, the Christian life can feel monotonous or burdensome, leading us to settle for religiosity as a coping mechanism.
God’s dream is to free us from the things we feel imprisoned by. He wants us to feel comforted, confident, and happy.
This is a study on how to stay calm and be at peace even when life gets crazy. Whether school is stressing you out, you feel anxious about the future, or you have conflict in relationships with friends or family that you’re afraid to deal with, God wants to be a place of refuge even in the midst of chaos.
The key to turning our emotion into action is trusting God.
Do you have trouble admitting you need people? Do you prefer to always be the one helping, but never getting the help? We all need somebody to lean on when times get tough. This Bible study will help you learn to rely on God and your friends instead of handling life independently.
Worry often comes from trying to control things we don't really have control over. Trusting God and letting go becomes much easier when we believe he cares about us, rewards us, and has good plans for our lives.
At the end of this, you should develop a strengthening faith capable of helping you faithfully endure anything, anytime, anywhere, because you know God is working for your good (Romans 8:28-32 Voice).
“Deep Strength” has nothing to do with our moral or spiritual performance but rather our passionate pursuit of God, which results in our weaknesses being turned into strengths.