We’ve previously talked about the Power of One. Today I’d like to talk about the Power of Three! We have three types of relationships in life. We have a relationship with God, with ourselves, and with others. Each of these categories is vital to the health and well being of the others. When one relationship more >
I know. I used to really resist the notion that it’s never just about the other person as well. (Actually, hate is probably the more accurate word! I hated when people said that!) The truth is that relationships take two, and the only person in the relationship you can change is YOU! That means my choices more >
No matter what kind of relationships you’re engaged in, there are three undeniable truths about YOU: You were made by God for relationships. You have a choice in how you think, feel, and respond within your relationships. You alone are responsible for you—your choices, your actions, your responses to others. We cannot change others, more >
“‘Above all else, guard your heart’ (Prov. 4:23)… It doesn’t say guard your heart because it’s criminal; it says guard your heart because it is the wellspring of your life, because it is a treasure, because everything else depends on it. How kind of God to give us this warning, like someone’s entrusting to a more >
Yet the Lord longs to be gracious to you; therefore he will rise up to show you compassion.
Have you ever thought about what it means to have a relationship with yourself?
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