Pain for the believer is often God's way of cutting away our excess.
I must refrain from fearing.
You have to practice standing strong in the shallow water before you are ready to go out into the deeper waters.
When cares are pressing me down
an acrostic poem based on Psalm 86:10, "Be still know that I am God."
"In our Marahs, we have two choices: grumble like the Israelites; or, like Moses, cry out to the LORD."
Our heavenly Father can be trusted. Put Him to the test. Go ahead. You’ll see.
What is the purpose of suffering?
Let us prove God, take Him at His Word, and see His faithfulness at work firsthand in our lives, just like Hannah did. Because God is able!
"Why me?" Our motive behind asking this seemingly simple question tells a lot about how we view God and how we view ourselves.