God is all about small beginnings. It doesn’t matter to him how far gone we feel we are, how messed up, how weak or afraid we are, all he cares about is that we start somewhere. He loves to see the work begin, so that he can help us become who we are meant to be.
Most people I've talked to would actually really like to get to know the people who live around them. But times have changed. We're busier, we can be less trusting (albeit sometimes for good reason), and we don't want to impose on each other. From a Biblical perspective, there are many reasons to be friends with your neighbors, not the least of which is that Jesus directly tells us to do it. Of course, I don't think Jesus was only talking about our physical neighbors. But I think they certainly would be included. So why is it hard for you to be friends with your neighbors? Let's look at some of the reasons I've run into, and how to overcome them.
Do the daily worries and stresses of life tend to consume your mind more than your purpose? These scriptures will blah blah blah
College is a time of discovery. We are (mostly) on our own and able to make our own decisions for the first time in our lives. We can discover what we enjoy, what we believe, and who we want to be. College is a unique experience because it is the first time we start to take sole ownership and control over how we want to be defined. What type of person do we want to be? What type of student? The type of friend?
But as the Scriptures say, “No one has ever seen, no one has ever heard, no one has ever imagined blah blah blah
Childhood is the time for plans and dreams. It’s the time where you imagine the unimaginable, believe the unbelievable, and blah blah blah
There are those who claim to have purpose without God, but more often than not they are mistaking a personal passion, ambition, or dream for purpose.
Life becomes a grind when we lose sight of our purpose of why we are here. God has a plan blah blah blah
There is a lie that I believed The more that I got, the more I'd be free... So I've been blah blah blah
Why something so needed is so easily overlooked