Now that we're on the final day, it's time to reflect on the journey with God.
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As we come to the end of this religious activity (i.e., Lent & this devotional), may we not lose sight of the end goal.
In order to embody the humility that Jesus embodies, we may need to have a few things pruned away.
In order to embrace Holy Week and the God we encounter there, we may need the Vine-grower to prune some desires for comfort.
As Paul says in Ephesians 4, we should forgive in the way that God has forgiven us. ... Easier said than done.
If you struggle with stubbornness, you may be too stubborn to hear today's message!
When we do the right things for the wrong reasons, it's likely that God wants to prune those false motives.
This post introduces a term that is very helpful in describing the human condition and a way of being that God must prune
It's one thing to feel remorse. It's another thing to wallow in regret.
In order to see people as God sees them, we may need the Vine-grower to prune the branch of cynicism.
What would it look like to be satisfied in God?
Surely, God wants us to be mindful of unrealistic expectations we have—both of ourselves and of others.
God wants to prune both pride and despair—two extremes that fail to capture our God-given identity
Today, we explore what it might be like to shed an adult perspective in favor of childlike faith.
Some of us carry negativity with us everyone where we go. It's time for God to prune that habit.