Resentment burns like spreading and smoldering fires. If not properly dealt with, it can wield an addictive power in your life. Here are seven Biblical actions you can take to overcome resentment.
Sinful society has twisted the blessed institution of marriage into something that all too often seems unpleasant, unworkable, or unattractive. For those wanting to experience the blessedness of marriage, the key is to stop looking at the world’s sketch of marital struggle and start meditating on the Bible’s masterpiece of marital harmony.
Anxiety at its root is a worship problem—a symptom of a heart that has dethroned the Sovereign creator and replaced Him with a fingernail-biting, bumbling, or malicious deity. The habit of humble, specific, and grateful prayer has the power to transform one’s entire orientation to see and worship God as he truly is—loving, powerful, and caring.
Marrying amiss is devastating, and I want to spare you that life-altering, unrelenting heartache. If you’re serious about waiting for the right husband, prayerfully consider these two faith-building projects and this biblically-based list of qualities.
It’s easy for churches to let single people “slip through the cracks,” or worse, to make them feel inferior. In light of the Bible’s instruction on singleness, churches can take specific steps to foster an environment where single believers are highly valued.
My sense of offended “justice” often rationalizes my resentment, allowing it to masquerade under the guise of righteousness. So how can I recognize the defiling infection of resentment and eradicate its stubborn root? Recovery from resentment begins not with another’s repentance, but with my own.
Do you find it hard to consistently read God’s Word and pray? Perhaps you struggle with having daily devotions–not because you don’t love God or …