If I pray and “claim” Psalm 91 over my loved ones and myself, does this mean God will shield us from a pandemic and no disaster will come near us?
As we witness the deep suffering of humankind around the world due to the coronavirus, we call out to God in a prayer of lament.
Spiritual disciplines are ancient practices that pour God’s grace into one’s being and draws one closer to the Creator by scraping off the dirt and abuse of the everyday world. Today, we look at the discipline of fasting.
Should Christians meditate? Is it biblical? Isn’t meditation and silent reflection wrapped up with Eastern spiritualities or the New Age movement?
Part two of How to Practice the Spiritual Discipline of Journaling.
Although individuals from any worldview may chronicle their daily activities and reflections, the spiritual discipline of journaling has added significance for a Christian.
Although we live in a media-saturated culture, sometimes words fail us. We have immeasurably much more left inside our souls than we can communicate to God with our words.
When was the last time you experienced a few minutes of complete quiet? Is it even possible in our noise-saturated society?
How practicing the spiritual disciplines can shape one’s intimacy with God.
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