How can we pray for our enemies? Perhaps one of the hardest commands Jesus gives to us as His disciples is to bless, love, and pray for those who mistreat us or who want to harm us. In ourselves, we can’t. But through the power of God’s Spirit working through us, all things are possible. Through Jesus, we can pray for our enemies. Here’s one way you might pray:
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How do you handle struggles in life? Should you deny them? What does God want you to do? How does He feel about them? No matter what your struggles are in life or how difficult they may be, here are some promises from God’s word to encourage you.
What lessons from God’s creation can we find about His character, especially in Alaska? This is Part 2 of my blog posts on Lessons from Alaska about God’s Character and Ours. I could probably take these lessons from God’s creation and expound on each one for several blog posts! I hope you enjoyed the first five lessons.
Several years ago, my husband and I took an awe-inspiring trip to Alaska, compliments of some very loving people. Here are ten lessons from God’s creation and from Alaska that God showed me–about God’s character and ours.
The term late bloomer took on an enlarged meaning for me last year. In early winter, I noticed that the butterfly bush in our simple, backyard perennial garden had really blossomed and grown. And I kept seeing a lone yellow butterfly fluttering around it, pausing every now and then to taste of the plant’s sweet nectar.