Our earthly desires may not be fulfilled as Kramer’s eventually were. Yet we can all have a “heart at peace” when we focus our attention on the many ways God has been generous toward us. No matter what we want but do not have, we can always enjoy the life-giving peace He brings to our lives….
Today’s verse talks about anxiety specifically, and how God cares for us. I want to also offer some things that you can do if you do happen to be struggling with anxiety too. First, the most important thing….
Recently I was working with a client, who was at her wits end. She felt hopeless, feeling as though she can’t get out of bad stuff happening or things happening in her life, as tragedy seemed to be striking her from many directions.
Over the last week we have talked about the power of God in our life, and how we are not alone. There have been so many different times in my life where running felt like the best option. As I shared….
If Jesus showed this woman, and in essence you and I, grace and hope (John 3:16; 8:10-11) How can we not do the same for others? A couple of days ago, we talked about loving our neighbors as ourself. I think about this too, and if we can see that we are not perfect, how can we not offer that grace to others?
Real courage arises when we have faith, and we know that we know that we know that God is with us. We can lean into the strength and the wisdom that God offers. And through that we can also feel the power of bravery.
In our world today we can become consumed by ourselves. Especially with our phones, we can have our heads down and not even engage with each other. I want to share a story that literally happened a couple of days ago.