“…it may not be romantic, but it is certainly revealing when you get insight into your future husband’s financial beliefs, habits, and history.”
Resolve to put down your broad stereotyping brush. Racism is learned and you have the capacity to let go of it if you desire to do so.
I want you to pause and ask yourself, “What are my enticing delicacies or distractions? What “dish” does Satan offer me and I usually accept, but it’s destroying me, hindering me from being distinctive for God’s purposes?
Here is my personal arsenal of "Fear-Fighting Scriptures" that have helped me to guard my heart during times when facts and realities have attempted to sabotage my faith. Meditate on and memorize these passages and see your peace of mind begin to surp ...
“…more destructive than the physical virus is the emotional virus that has currently infected the masses worldwide: fear.
Father, in 2 Chronicles 7:14, you declared that if your people who are called by your name will (1) humble themselves, (2) pray and seek your face, and (3) turn from our wicked ways, then you will (a) hear us from heaven, ( ...
It’s more important to finish strong than to beat yourself up for abdicating your “start”.
Unfortunately, saving money requires spending money.
Not all fears are created equally. Rather, they come in various degrees of intensity.
Lord, remind me how brief my time on earth will be. “Remind me that my days are numbered—how fleeting my life is.” (Psalms 39:4 NLT)