Tag Archives: feelings
I recently heard some great advice: Emotions are like children. It’s okay to let them ride in the car with you, but don’t let them in the driver’s seat. Oh! What if we always remembered to judge between emotions that will lead us down a […]
Lately I have been thinking about how many of us, present company included, sometimes have “train trouble.” What I’m referring to is a concept a friend of mine explained several years ago. While we talked, he laid three cards in front of me: one had […]
While I was growing up, my mom cried during touching television moments. She cried during old movies when two lovers were reconciled. She cried while watching the Waltons and Little House on the Prairie, and she even cried during Folger’s Coffee commercials. Yep, that stuff […]
I love it when God hits me over the head with something I need to learn by presenting the same truth to me several times. This happened last week when I saw Ephesians 5:16 in three different places in one day. “Be very careful, then, […]
When I started ministry, I was passionate about writing. It burned within me to serve Him in this creative way, and I was excited. 13 years later, I still enjoy putting pen to paper, but just like young love that loses its first sizzle, my […]
As a new Christian, it was difficult for me to understand that walking by faith and not by sight (2 Corinthians 5:7) means not giving emotions the freedom to rule our lives. Instead, we let God’s truth determine how we respond to life. A sensitive, […]
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