One’s heart is the determining factor for the choice we make for a path in life.
Our hearts are central to our spiritual relationships and must be kept and guarded properly for us to love God the way we should.
If it’s true that the will of God isn’t as complicated as we sometimes make it, how does God help us to make decisions about our future?
The conventional way of understanding the will of God describes it like a maze that Christians must explore with the hope of making the right turns and “discovering” the center of God’s will. Could there be a simpler way of understanding the will of God?
We often feel like failures when we teach someone and they do not respond positively to the gospel. The example of Jesus should help us understand that getting a positive response is not our job.
As Paul came to the close of his sterling life, he revealed what sustained him as he fought the fight and finished the course: he kept the faith. As a result, the faith kept him!