We are all looking for peace, right? When it comes down to it though, what keeps us from experiencing peace is either living in the past or living for the future. We bounce back and forth between obsessing over a past we can’t change and worrying about a future we can’t control. And the result? We miss what God has for us here and now.
According to recent polls, 65% of Americans feel like the last few years has spun them into an identity crisis, 68% feel defeated, 61% feel alone, and 48% feel hopeless. How can our souls flourish in the midst of those statistics?
Well, today on the 4:13 Podcast, author, speaker, pastor, and theologian, Dominic Done, will reveal seven gifts God has provided for the health of your soul. He’ll cast a much-needed vision of hope, showing us who God says we already are, no matter how we may feel.
It was such a great weekend at Fresh Grounded Faith Melbourne. For this Florida girl, it was especially fun being with all my Florida friends. Even my high school English teacher was there! And since we were in Phil’s hometown, it was a treat to see a lot of his high school friends too.
Have you ever felt alone after losing a job, a dream, a loved one, or even just your sense of purpose? When we face uncertainty and our sense of security is turned upside down, it’s natural to ask, “God, where are You?”
But today, you’ll be reminded that wherever you are and whatever you’re going through, God is right by your side and nothing can separate you from His love.
Singer-songwriter Matthew West joins me on the podcast, and he’ll assure you that God stays with us through each and every season of our lives. He hears our cries when we feel discouraged, isolated, and completely lost.
We all live with some sort of longing—a gap between the life we want and the life we actually have. As we navigate this gap, we try to hang on to the hope that God will change our circumstances or fulfill our desires.
For some, those prayers are answered. Yet for others, the longing persists, making us weary at best and debilitated at worst. So, how do you find joy in this life when it isn’t the life you hoped for?