Like me, you’re probably all too familiar with her. Maybe you’ve been looked over for a job, or your spouse left you for another. Or maybe your experience began before you left the womb — born to a mother or father who didn’t want you. Regardless of how she introduces herself to you, we all experience the pain she inflicts.
Rejection may be a formidable foe, but she does not have to be the victor. Although we may be left with battle scars, these healed wounds are not without purpose.
We all carry the scars of our past. The challenge is taking those scars and not hiding them. When we can be fully restored, healed, and made whole — our scars can be illuminated to give God glory.
Life Lessons from a Feisty 4-year-old. In my latest blog I share how I've been consumed with worry and fear for my child; unable to see the absolute beauty in her recent diagnosis.
I was unable to see her own beautiful acceptance of the way God made her.
Mark 5:21-34 is one of the most beautiful pictures that Scripture gives us when it comes to being surrounded, yet completely alone. And, even in a pressing crowd of people, our Lord knows us, sees us, and will never neglect us.
By Angela Johnson | March 31, 2020 The other day, my husband and I were discussing fasting and what that looks like. He had been reading in the book, “A Hunger for God,” by John Piper and came across this phrase: “Fasting awakens a hunger for the supremacy of God in all things for the [...]