Another Word

  • The love of money

    The love of money kills, but the faithful use of money can bring blessings (1 Timothy 6:10). […]

  • A God idea

    A good idea doesn't always mean a God idea. Make prayer a part of your decision making so that you're doing what God wants you to do (1 Chronicles 17:2-3). […]

  • God's too busy

    God isn't overly impressed with what you do. God's too busy being in love with who you are (Titus 3:5). […]

  • A spirit-filled life

    There's nothing stiff or uptight about the Spirit-filled life. Live with joy and laughter because of God's goodness (Galatians 5:22). […]

  • If Christ set you free

    If Christ has set you free, you can stop condemning yourself (Romans 8:1)! […]

  • Hearing from God

    It's hard to hear from God if you don't stop to listen to God (Jeremiah 33:3). […]

  • Our refuge

    "The salvation of the righteous is from the Lord; he is their refuge in the time of trouble" (Psalm 37:39). […]

  • Learn something and do something

    Don't ask God to teach you something new if you aren't willing to do something new (2 Peter 3:18). […]

  • Make the most of the time

    The wisest choice you can make every day is to make the most of the time God has given you each day (Ephesians 5:15-17). […]

  • Pick one

    Unforgiveness festers within you, but forgiveness frees you (Mark 11:25). […]

  • Shining through you

    Whenever and wherever you show care to someone else, God’s glory is shining through you (Matthew 5:16). […]

  • Stay away from gossip!

    Someone who gossips with you probably gossips about you, too. Stay away from gossip (Ephesians 4:29). […]

  • The Lord is near

    "The Lord is near to the brokenhearted, and saves the crushed in spirit" (Psalm 34:18). […]

  • It's easy to complain

    It's easy to complain about a situation. It's better to learn to see the good that God is doing even in bad situations (Psalm 23:4). […]

  • God won't blame or shame

    When God offers you forgiveness, you can be sure God won't blame you or shame you (Isaiah 61:7). […]