Is Invasion a Subtle Act of War?
The many faces of invasion and why we have to be ever watchful so as not to be on either side of the fence – the invader or the invaded. Whenever I hear the word invasion, what immediately comes to mind is one country invading another. We have ultimately learned that the reasons we are given for the invasion are rarely the whole story. It is difficult to separate invasion into different categories, because each one tends to bleed into the other. Physical invasion can lead to mental invasion and to spiritual invasion and so on. Invasion is insidious!
Backsliding Out of Forgiveness?
POSSIBLY the most powerful thing I’ve learned about forgiveness is that it’s hard. By that I mean I learned very little about true forgiveness when it came easy.
Relationships: Has Someone Moved On If They Are In A New Relationship?
When a relationship comes to an end, it can be a sign that it has run its course; consequently, each person can be happy to move on with their life. What this could show is that they had been having problems for quite some time.
Forgiveness Facilitates Freedom Into Functionality
RANDOM things are said in deeper conversations. Invariably wisdom goes unnoticed. The following sentence I heard piqued me: forgiveness facilitates functionality.
The Valuing of Awkward Listening Silence
ONE of the key skills of listening is silence, allowing awkwardness its cherished place in relationships. In the awkward silence is space where God works in liberating truth from guarded lips, as a person courageously trusts the caring moment.