Prayer is the means by which we implore the Holy Spirit to take up residence in our study time.Without prayer, our study is...
Physical strength, beauty, wealth, and charisma—these are just a few of the most obvious sources of power we chase. We suspect that those who possess them are the recipients of divine favor, and that those who lack them are the objects of divine displeasure.
It happens sooner or later in every relationship: someone will let you down. We have a term for the earliest stages of a relationship: the “honeymoon phase”—that rosy time period when everything but disappointment seems possible. We love the honeymoon phase because it requires no effort.
For the believer wanting to know God’s will for her life, the first question to pose is not “What should I do?” but “Who should I be?” There is a better question.
His incommunicable attributes belong to him alone. They are true of him and no other.