It’s an understatement to say that beauty or “hotness” if you will is one of America’s most precious and invasive gods. Both men and women, whether we like to admit it or not, are affected by them both in how we view ourselves and in how we view potential spouses.
Read this lady’s raw thoughts (with which I can relate!) – Are You Willing to Die to Having a “Hot” Spouse? | washedwanderer
Every agony we experience in love prepares us for a love that is weighty, indestructible, and far better than the best romance this world can offer.
Read Scott Hubbard’s piece on Desiring God: Every Love That Slipped Away
This world is broken and filled with pain. You know this. But sometimes circumstances – yours, or other people’s – bring this truth to mind all too sharply. Yet God is good. And because of Jesus, you can choose to see the good. In spite of the world. Cling to the good.
Become a wise, sober-minded person of good judgment—one who thinks rather than reacts and routinely utilizes internal as well as external data.
Read Dr. John Townsend on Boundaries: How to Think about Your Thinking
God designed the human heart to love him most, and we are never happier than when we do. The heart of mental health is receiving by faith what God promises.
Read Jon Bloom on The Proven Path to Mental Health
When it feels like you’ve lost a part of yourself, like there are huge gaping holes inside your heart… That’s when you actually have room for God to fill you up. So let Him. (A reminder from 2014)