God doesn’t abandon us during our struggles. He’s actually never left your side
In honor of Mental Health Awareness month, let’s discuss the word ‘crazy.’ When we describe someone as ‘crazy’, what we are saying?
How often do we look at our own hearts verses our outward appearance? Or do we focus on the lies that our abuser has told us?
Coming to the realization that God knows best can either come easy to you or with hardship–for me it came down hard. When I was a lukewarm Christian, I was stuck in the habit of thinking that I had to know everything and plan out every event in my life by a certain age, date or time. I had to be in control of everything in my life and thank God afterwards, if at all. This stubbornness and controlling behavior took root within me and led to me relying on my own works to puff up my ego and either make God an after thought or not a thought at all.