The truth will find you out.”
When I was a small child, these words struck fear in my heart, because when my mother quoted them to me, it meant that even though she lacked sufficient proof to discipline me for my disobedience, she knew that I had sinned and was leaving my conscience to God.
Are you at the crossroads? Does it feel like your entire future depends on the decisions you are about to make?
As you stand at the crossroads, looking forward to unknown futures, here are five things to consider.
In 2016, my mom was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer.
When I heard the news, I couldn’t help but ask God why. There were many questions in my mind, and I couldn’t stop thinking about them.
Every day, we are bombarded with information that’s readily available at our fingertips. From the TV, social media, and other fora, it is next to impossible to shield one’s self from the swirling voices surrounding us.
Sometimes I feel like I’m a failure, unworthy to accept His grace. Yet, God doesn’t keep my “failures” in His check-and-balance book. Instead, as Max Lucado puts it in his book, Come Thirsty, God beckons me to come “drink deeper in grace.”