"Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing."- 1 Thess 5:11
The helper is an upcoming Christian blogger whose sole purpose is to share the love of Christ with others, and in hopes of being that encouraging voice.
Could it be that we limit ourselves by our unbelief and by the way we choose to view our circumstances? Jonathan in 1 Samuel 4 was not moved by what he saw around him, but trusted in the fact that God will move regardless of the number. All it takes to move God's hand to action is a believing heart, a faith that is unshaken, a faith that says, "I see the multitude, I see the mountain of problems, but I have a bigger God."
Your perspective either keeps you alive or lead you to death. How you choose to view life has a lot to do with how you respond to it. Change the perspective of your situation, you change your whole life.
Being a single parent, the biggest struggle has always been meeting financial needs. For a longtime, I felt like my life would be better and more fun when I have lots of money, or reach some kind of financial freedom. As time went on, and I began to learn more about myself, I realized that I am already rich, yes you heard me, "I am rich." I c…
Does He Even Care?
When the Lord saw her, He had compassion on her and said to her, “Do not weep.” Luke 7:13 Recommended Reading:Luke 7:11-17
Her tears blurred her vision. While we do not know if she saw
Jesus, she did not reach out to Him: her son was dead and needed life.
She knew Jesus was a healer but what could He do for her? In the midst
of her grief, Jesus saw her and He had compassion. Instead of skipping
to the happy end of this story, let’s stop here: Jesus had compassion.
This simple phrase is found throughout each of the Gospels. An
integral part of Jesus’ character is His compassion. Sometimes we find
it easier to pray for others than for ourselves. We subconsciously
wonder, why would God help me? We forget Jesus’ compassion when we get
stuck in this mindset. The life-changing truth is that Jesus is good and
He encourages us to ask Him for help. He never ran from disease, death,
or wretchedness. While we may not understand why certain prayers are