Dating devotion youth
You might be faced with a decision on where to go to school, who to date, or which sport to play this year.
All of these decisions have consequences and you wish that someone would just tell you what to do.
Bartel challenges his readers to give God five minutes each day, and he believes that by the end of eight weeks you will feel closer to God than ever.This devotional also focuses on the things that are important to you like friendships and self-esteem.As a teenager, you face some tough stuff – suicide, rape, sex, trouble with friends, drugs, and more. It takes on the things that matter and helps you make the tough decisions. Written by your peers, this book puts a new spin on “quiet time with God.” You will see new insights into your daily life.So the next time you’re faced with a tough decision, do what this Bible verse says.Spend some time in God’s word and let it guide you into making good decisions.
” But a day or two into your vacation, the words are out of your mouth before you can choke them back. There’s nothing to do around here.” All people need something to be part of, something to look forward to, or someone with whom to share their life. You might be surprised to know that the worst known case of boredom in the history of humankind is recorded in the Bible. Solomon then goes on to detail his own adventure in finding meaning in life. He read, studied, looked around, and asked questions to find out what life was all about. “Everything under the sun is meaningless, like chasing the wind” (1: 14). He decided to live for pleasure by surrounding himself with wealth, women, and wild living. Meaning, purpose, and fulfillment in life begin when you look to God-because he’s the author of meaning, purpose, and fulfillment. You can chase the wind and live in permanent boredom, or run straight to the one who holds your life and your exhilarating future in his hands.