We live in an opinion-driven world. Anyone with a social media account can give his/her thoughts and have it heard by thousands, even millions and it doesn’t matter if the opinion is based on fact or fairy tale.
We are all flawed by sin and prone to failure. We don't have to be defined by our failures.
Through his trials, Job saw God in a whole new light.
Everything about God is greater than anything about us.
When Elihu finally got his turn to speak, he had stern words to say to Job and his friends. After listening to all they had to say, he had these conclusions to make: Job was guilty of justifying himself, rather than God (Job 35:1-2)His friends had no answer for Job and his afflictions, yet chose … Continue reading Giving God His Due
The days of our blessings are fleeting. Thankfully, so are the days of our hardships.
Sometimes what a friend in trouble needs is just a listening ear.