The Fight For Radiance

The Fight for Radiance: Day 6

The Fight for Radiance Day 6: Be Productive in The Fight for Radiance   My daughter, Addison, loves to swim competitively. For reasons we don’t understand, she delights in the smell of chlorine, practicing laps for hours, and doesn’t mind wearing a swimsuit in public. Her whole body wiggles in
The Fight For Radiance

The Fight for Radiance: Day 5

Day 5: Guard your life against Joy-Stealers in the Fight for Radiance You were running the race nobly. Who has interfered in (hindered and stopped you from) you heeding and following the Truth? (Galatians 5:7, AMP) Among my eight children, there is usually an “Instigator.” You know the type.  It’s the one
The Fight For Radiance

The Fight for Radiance: Day 3

Day 3: God’s Desire for Joy in the Fight for Radiance   Although God is not as concerned about your physical beauty as you probably are—He is all about your radiance, reflecting your joy in Him. In fact, joy is such a consistent theme of Christianity, we find it across 40
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Life Principles for Living Out the Greatest Commandment

Day 10: He Waits for You

Bible Readings for Day 10: He Waits for You–Psalm 27:8; 42:1; Nehemiah 1:1-10; 2:1-5; Acts 9:1-8. The King waits for you. He holds His plans for you in His hands. He tenderly speaks to you, but He will not push you out of complacency. Your God, the lover of your
Life Principles for Living Out the Greatest Commandment

Day 9: Dream Big Expectant Dreams

Bible Readings for Day 9: Dream Big Expectant Dreams–Genesis 18:14; Amos 7:14-15; Matthew 14:15-16; Mark 9:22-23; Ephesians 2:10. Along this journey of seeking what it looks like to love God with my entire mind, there is one lesson I need continuously drilled into my hard head. As you read through
Life Principles for Living Out the Greatest Commandment

Day 7: Faithfulness in the Small Things

  Bible Readings for Day 7: Faithfulness in the Small Things–Exodus 13:17-18; John 12:49-50; 14:15; 30-31; 15:9-10; Philippians 2:5-8. If we were to take our cues from Scripture, focusing on the relationship between the Father and the Son, we could make the case that God receives love through obedience. Succinctly