Category: Peace of Mind
Reaching the Sandy Shore
Fighting negative self talk is a common issue. The big lie for me is telling myself if my faith in God was strong enough, then I wouldn’t be sad or angry or depressed. But these thoughts don’t line up with what the Bible says about lamenting.
Be Active in Self-Care While You Remain in Trust and Hope
How do you actively seek self-care while you remain in trust and hope? The answer will be different for everyone.
Finding Peace | A Devotional For Emotional Healing
Fighting emotional battles, desperate in finding peace, I turned to God and began an intense period of Bible study and prayer.
Choosing Peace Series | Conclusion
In this series, we have seen how God’s commands lead us to experience the fulfillment of His promises, giving us a path in choosing peace.
Choosing Peace Series | Purpose
Even Adam and Eve questioned the purpose of life. Apparently, naming all the animals, taking care of paradise, and walking with God in the garden, didn’t stop them thinking, is there more?
Choosing Peace Series | Motivation
Motivation is a vast subject, and analyzing our internal impulses is a lifelong task. Are we motivated by encouragement or negative circumstances? Is it part of our mental make-up or is it learned? Is our behavior motivated by past experiences, societal pressures, and worldly desires? How do these compare to God’s promises?
Choosing Peace Series | Attitude
He struggled to sell pots and pans door to door. Fast forward forty years and Zig Ziglar talked about attitude to thousands of people during 50 global speaking engagements a year.
Choosing Peace Series | Know Yourself
Would you say you know yourself? Begin by answering these questions:
Choosing Peace Series | Forgiveness
Forgiveness is a commonly misunderstood concept. Forgiveness is hard because we wrap it up in all our feelings of pain, disappointment, shattered expectations, and self-value.
Choosing Peace Series | The Promises
Do we imagine God as beautiful and loving, or convicting judge and punisher? When the Bible mentions the fear of the Lord, are we meant to be afraid? Is God watching to catch us breaking His rules so He might unleash His mighty wrath? Or, like a loving Father, are His commands meant to protect…