1 Peter 5:7, “Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.”
How one approaches adversity states so much about one’s character. It’s a fact that a positive attitude, prayer and laughter can overcome illness. My new friend, fellow blogger Connie, is a testament to this. She’s a remarkable woman who not only faced cancer, but shook her fist in its face and refused to give in to despair. Her genuine warmth and authentic, godly spirituality comes through her wonderful posts: http://www.ibeatovca.wordpress.com – I urge you to discover for it yourselves.
Below is Part One of our interview regarding Faith. I pray her words will be an inspiration when you face any trial in your own life.
Ellie: God has given you incredible strength in the face of adversity Connie, did you always exhibit those characteristics?
Connie: I was raised in a Christian family surrounded by many…
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“My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart & my portion forever.” Psalm 73:26
What a rejuvenating Scripture! Our flesh and heart my fail, but God gives us the strength to get through things; he is our source of energy.
Have you ever felt as if life is too hard to bear? That everything seems to be crashing in on you? I have, and I’m sure some of you may be feeling that right now. Well, I want to encourage you to have hope, to be encouraged, and when you find that life seems unbearable, allow God to be your strength, your pleasant aid in times of need….
“David was greatly distressed because the men were talking of stoning him; each one was bitter in spirit because of his sons and daughters. But David found strength in the Lord his God.”
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Let’s spread the good news. What is your testimony and how can you bless someone who hears it?
“God is faithful, who has called you into fellowship [Intimacy] with his Son, Jesus Christ our Lord.” 1 Corinthians 1:9
God has called each of us into deep fellowship with His Son, Jesus Christ. Which means we are to have a relationship with, a companionship with, share information with, to love, and more. In other words, it’s an active, ongoing, intimate relationship between you and Christ.
Now, if you are anything like I used to be, you might be asking yourself: How do I hold a conversation with someone who doesn’t exactly talk back to me audibly? Or how do I get close to an ‘invisible’ God? Which, in truth, can make us feel confused about how to go about it all. But there’s hope, because that confusion can be easily cleared up and it begins with the word, ‘Intimacy.’
You see, Jesus has already shared his life’s story with…
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