Most of us don’t like to wait. Yet even with our latest technology advances, experts say we spend an average of two years of our lives waiting for something: red lights, traffic backups, doctor’s appointments, grocery lines, income tax refunds, and insurance checks. We wait for babies to be born, boring sermons to end, houses to sell, and kids to grow up. We usually prefer fast-food, instant communication through social media, immediate profits, and magical answers to difficult questions.
From the winters of our lives God may bring surprises. God’s miracles are often found when we least expect them, because some roses bloom in December.
If you’re wondering what to ask or pray for at Christmas, here are three things you can always add with confidence to the top of your list:
Here’s a prayer for Thanksgiving to help you not only reflect on your blessings, but also to remember every day who you are.
God laid on my heart this week to share a two-part blog series with you again. “Someone needs this,” I heard Him whisper. Maybe it’s you.
Feeling cranky, tired, discouraged or edgy? Sure, it could be hunger or hormones, but the problem could go deeper.