Though worry may feel like a familiar friend that helps you prepare for the worst, your time and energy can be better spent focusing on what you want, not what you don’t.
By sharing our sufferings, we arrive at a place of comfort. Because of the incomprehensible nature of this interaction between comfort and suffering, I know it is the work of God.
Though you may not recognize how or why you are weathering life’s storms, take the time to grow as you go.
God the giver of all good things gave us eternal spiritual intimacy with Him through the life, death and resurrection of His only son, Jesus Christ.
You can choose to hold on to the good or the bad, giving you the power to release anger and instead embrace optimism, hope and joy.