You are still God's dearly loved child, and we know that His love for us is unconditional. You are still valuable to Abba. Come back home, Abba's been waiting!
God didn't go through all the trouble of coming just to tell you how bad you are.
Unafraid After the day's work on the farm, my mum and I were walking back home with the farm produce on our heads. We walked side-by-side as we talked on random topics. My mum took an extra wrapper to the farm, so she asked me to tie it on our way home. As I tried … Continue reading Unafraid
A righteous sinner? “Lord, I am a sinner. . .” That's a common phrase in the prayers of many believers today. I also used to pray in that manner, until God helped me understand what I'm about to share with you. There are many truths we, as Christians, haven't come to realise about ourselves. Instead … Continue reading A righteous sinner?
<img src="https://alwaysgem.files.wordpress.com/2020/09/pexels-andrea-piacquadio-774866.jpg?w=1024" alt="<strong>Embracing the one in the mirrorEmbracing the one in the mirror “Self-acceptance is my refusal to be in an adversarial relationship with myself”Nathaniel Branden Self-acceptance is being able to take all facets of yourself in a warm embrace — not just the positive, 'esteemable' parts. No human is born with a healthy self-esteem. … Continue reading Embracing the one in the mirror
Lord, give me asthma “Lord, please give me asthma...”That was a prayer I prayed many times over when I was in high school.Asthma? Are you serious?Yes I am, and for every time that I made that request to God, I meant it with the whole of my heart.In my school, I knew a number of … Continue reading Lord, give me asthma…
The story of the prodigal son may be the most famous of Jesus' parables. It was one of the first parables I got familiar with as a growing child and I guess people have gotten so acquainted with the story that they forget what it means! It is a common truth that the father here … Continue reading The point you missed in the parable of the lost…