The right choices are almost never the easy ones to make.
I’ve been out sick this week, but in the dark times, it’s even easier to see the light of Christ.
Sometimes, prayer is the only thing that brings me peace. I know I could save myself from the stressed out, anxious place I find myself in…
A baby was born to a teenage girl, and He saved the whole world.
This week, my inspiration comes from this verse, from the (New International Version): 45 A good man brings good things out of the good stored up in his heart, and an evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in his heart. For the mouth speaks what the heart is full of. I
This verse is one of my favorites, and its message stands for itself. There are definitely more “patterns of this world” I do not want to follow than ones I do want to follow… I’d much rather follow the patterns of Jesus. I’d rather let my mind be transformed by God than by this world.
I am continuously amazed by the beauty of scripture. No matter how many times I hear a particular passage or verse, or how well I think I know it, I can hear the same words again and they will strike me in a new way. I’d like to think that God does this to keep
For this week’s Sunday Scripture, I was inspired by the gospel during mass. This story, the Parable of the Dishonest Steward, is one I’ve heard many times growing up going to church every week; it’s a story that everyone can relate to because we all have times when we are dishonest or not as generous
Those who know me best know that I avidly keep a collection of inspiring Bible verses and quotes on a Pinterest board, and I’m always looking for ways to put my collection to use. I find all these verses that inspire and encourage me, but how can I use them to let them inspire others?