All in Identity
“…I needed to remind myself of God - above all a loving Father, steadfast and unwavering regardless of earthly circumstances, and the promise of eternal life.”
I always thought that becoming a Godly woman started with your husband and on your wedding day, but...Regardless of my vocation, I can start growing as a Godly woman right here, right now.
Anxiety and the Truth Underlying It
By Lynne May
I battled with the lie that I am unlovable and sought for fulfillment of this in the world around me, but God waited... He allowed me to get sick and wrestle with this Truth.
Shame, guilt, dirtiness, loneliness, doubt, and anxiety. I am disgusting. No other girl has the same struggles as me.
If there is something that I would have to say is my worst quality, I would say it is my complete inability to be decisive. About absolutely anything.
Have mercy on me, O God, according to your unfailing love; according to your great compassion blot away my transgressions… Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a steadfast spirit within me.
The Lord wants us to put our skills, our abilities, our hopes and our fears, our dreams and our gifts into His hands.
“God, I want to see myself as you see me. I am tired of feeling worthless.” This is a prayer of desperation that we have all prayed.
To achieve beauty, to feel beautiful, we must live from the inside out. This is the life that God calls us to, this life of authentic beauty.
Have you ever played with a labrador puppy?
One thing that has struck me over the past while is that personal prayer keeps us real. Unless we are real with the Lord, all else is for naught!
People know me by my laugh. As the one who when she isn’t smiling, is doing something goofy or a little bit strange.
“We become what we love, and who we love shapes what we become.”
Hi, my name is Lindsey and I am a sinner.
When I think of temples, I think of grand, sweeping cathedrals - large buildings cutting into the city skyline or the countryside, their bells ringing out songs as beautiful as the structure.
"It is for us women to receive the given as Mary did, not to insist on the not-given, as Eve did." Elisabeth Elliot