Mary E. DeMuth, Everything: What You Give And What You Gain To Become Like Jesus Quotes
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Growth comes from God, to those with surrendered, yielded hearts.
We grow when the walls press in. We grow when life steals our control. We grow in darkness.
When God wants to do an impossible task, He takes an impossible person and breaks her.
Because the culture we breathe and work in rushes against rest. It equates our worth with production and wealth and fame. The more we work toward those goals, the more society assigns us worth.
We cannot let the haters of this world define us. Or frighten us into no longer being ourselves.
We may not understand the pathways God lays out before us. We may not even like walking the journey. But even in failure, we can trust that He’ll do more than we expect.
When the world careens out of control, we can rest in the fact that God spun this world with a simple word. Matter from emptiness. Beauty from void. Community from chaos.
To become more like Jesus we must understand that the only growth we can be in charge of is our own.
Money is a cheap but powerful substitute for Jesus, and wielding money is intoxicating, but it won't usher in the kingdom of God, nor will it ensure eternal treasures.
Jesus wastes none of our stories, even our tales of woe. He transforms them into epic adventures where we dare to face our past for the sake of our present.
When Jesus isn’t our everything, our enough, we pursue every other thing that fills.
Our task shouldn't be punishing the villains in our lives, but enlarging the God who heals us from all wounds.
To abandon all is to take our hearts, place them before the One who created them, and dare to believe He can live life powerfully through our surrendered lives.
The Gospel isn’t a life management program. It shouldn’t merely be the crutch we fall on when life gets ugly. It should be the legs we walk on, the air we breathe.
Growth comes in the aftermath of failure, not wild success.
God's heart…is not that we escape our lot, but that we learn to thrive in the midst of it.
Jesus often calls us to risk. He asks us to be vulnerable, to be authentic, so others can see Him in and through us.
He created us for adventure, not ease.
Control is the inner disease of those who need stability and order to function.
The more we love, the more it hurts, and the more we have to let go.
As I look back over my mountains of growth and compare them to the molehills where I stagnated, community often made the difference.
I realized that what I feared the most had materialized, yet I survived.
Worry is a weighty monster with poisoned tentacles. It clutches at us, grabs at our minds, steals our breath, our will. It lurks. It pounces. It colors how we perceive the world.
It’s an act of our will to choose to see people simply as wildly loved by God, to assume their beauty before guessing their depravity.
Dare to be brave today, and trust that when you extend your wings, you will fly.