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Practical Tips on Following Jesus

Practical Tips on Following Jesus

Patrick Mcandrew April 18, 2019

Following the steps of Jesus—some effective tips to help you

Following Jesus may sound simple, but a lot of us find it confusing since some don’t know what it means to follow in the footsteps of Jesus. Following Jesus’s path means the desire to follow the teachings and the examples he left us, having complete faith in Spirit’s Presence, being ready . . .

What the Bible Says about Anger Management

What the Bible Says about Anger Management

Patrick Mcandrew April 11, 2019

Effective anger management therapy through the Bible

Anger is an extremely negative feeling. But instead of seeking anger management counselling that would help manage anger better, most of us hold on to anger and the grudges and the bitterness, hoping to make the cause of our anger suffer. However, it’s actually the one holding on to the anger who suffe . . .

Recognizing the Voice of God

Recognizing the Voice of God

Patrick Mcandrew April 4, 2019

Listening to the voice of God through meditative silence to unlock intuition

The very powerful Psalm 139 talks about King David’s special relationship with God. It also tells how David trusted the Lord’s guidance. This trust in the Lord’s voice gave David’s life an extremely clear sense of direction and made him able to direct the ancient kingdom o . . .

Healing yourself through forgiveness

Healing yourself through forgiveness

Patrick Mcandrew March 28, 2019

Bible teaching on forgiveness: Foster love through forgiveness

Forgiveness isn’t easy. Yet holding onto grudges would mean not letting go of the resentment, which could weigh you down. As a result, when you hold a grudge, you inadvertently forge a bond with whomever you resent—even when you want to stay as far away from that person. Since holding onto . . .

Biblical Verses Encouraging Going Out of Comfort Zones

Biblical Verses Encouraging Going Out of Comfort Zones

Patrick Mcandrew March 20, 2019

Comfort zones psychology: Why you need to break out of your cocoon

 

Most people shy away from breaking a board with their bare hands (as they do in a karate demonstration) or poking a potato with a straw. The reason is because these tasks involve going out of comfort zones and attempting things that are considered almost impossible. Staying in you . . .

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