“Why great questions? Great questions communicate value and honor in our relationships, but they also lead us to places of discovery, ownership and responsibility….”
Sometimes I ask, “why, God?” I don’t know if He has ever answered that prayer. Here’s a couple things to do and a better prayer to pray when asking, “why, God?”
At one point, I decided to trust my own way, independence over relationship. The Law was a gift to lead me back to “we” instead of “me.”
As a pastor, the phrase “surrender to God” is one that comes up occasionally. What comes to mind when … More
“I HATE YOU.”
The irony of unforgiveness is that you chain yourself to something in the past that you never wanted to go back to. Those who annoy or anger you the most and for the most specific reasons are the ones you probably should be praying for the most today.
I distinctly remember at least two new leaders who joined our team telling me, “Bob, I don’t care about the past, I want to see something great today.” Finding yourself stuck in the past or the future is usually a sign that you have lost hope for the here and now.