7 Questions to Ask If You’re Overcommitted – Dr. Dalton-Smith – I Choose My Best Life

Some good thoughts in this article (sometimes we need to say “No”!)

Source: 7 Questions to Ask If You’re Overcommitted – Dr. Dalton-Smith – I Choose My Best Life

Good article!  🙂

Probably the biggest misconception that I encounter when defending the faith is the mistaken notion of what faith is. Today we are going to get to the bottom of what the Bible says faith is, once and for all. This post will be useful to Christians and atheists, alike. What is faith according to the […]

via Is the Bible’s definition of faith opposed to logic and evidence? — WINTERY KNIGHT

If you have ever experienced worry, fear, or anxiety, then this is the perfect episode for you! Dr. Bengtson explains the difference between worry, fear and anxiety. Then, she describes where they originate and what their true cause is. If you or someone you love has ever struggled with worry, fear or anxiety, you won’t…

via What is the Difference Between Worry, Fear, and Anxiety? – Episode 23 — Dr. Michelle Bengtson

The pictures that accompany this article are from the film “Babette’s Feast,” and is a wonderful parable about God’s grace.  But anyway, the article below focuses on contentment as a mark of how we respond to God’s grace on an ongoing basis……..

Are you a contented Christian? Or do you have a quiet unease that God is displeased with you and unhappy with your performance? Are you resting in his righteousness? Or are you striving to make yourself acceptable to God? Many churchgoers are zealous for God with a zeal based on ignorance and unbelief. They are […]

via How to be content — Escape to Reality

I really get encouraged whenever I read anything from Randy Alcorn…………..

 

For men are not cast off by the Lord forever. Though he brings grief, he will show compassion, so great is his unfailing love. For he does not willingly bring affliction or grief to the children of men. To crush underfoot all prisoners in the land, to deny a man his rights before the Most…

via Suffering’s Limits — Randy Alcorn’s Blog

Genesis 1–3 is an account of things that happened in time and space—so it’s a reality of what we might call nonfiction or historical. But it’s actual things, not made-up things, that God did that you could have seen if you were around. But, we weren’t around. The Scripture is not simply pointing to the…

via Who God Is — Frame-Poythress.org