“The Lord is at hand; do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.”- Philippians 4:5-7 I wish everyone was healed … Continue reading When Healing Doesn’t Come
We seek you in this time of despair and tragedy. Our world is groaning and longing for healing. We sit and wait as lives are lost and hearts are broken, waiting for You to return.
When we take time to restore broken relationships, or at least do our part in putting things right, it breaks down the potential barrier towards the Church.
Your scars remain. Your hurt is real. Acknowledge it. Don't hold it in and deal with it alone. Find someone to confide in and work things through. The pain may not go away forever, but at least you'll know you don't have to deal with it by yourself when the weather is bad.
"Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn."-Romans 12:15 When tragedy strikes, it is difficult to find the right words to say. People are searching for answers, but often times they're looking for someone to assist with their healing. Healing comes in many forms, often times through tears, yet comforting words of peace can be an added benefit to those who are … Continue reading 3 Things To Say In Times Of Need
We can all be captive in some way, but the only way we can be free is through the everlasting joy found in Jesus.
The pain of separation can be grafted together by reaching for the ultimate healer.
It is easier to see God in things of beauty than to work to find Him in the mess.
Christ called His followers to take on His love and quit carrying their own load. He came to bring life and longs for His creation to know the life He gives. The feeling of brokenness is bringing death, but His message of restoration brings hope.
May we remember our actions are teaching our children. May we remember our words will stick in the minds of children. May we remember that we have a responsibility of teaching our kids how to live together in peace and unity. May they begin to see our examples in action today.