Have you ever thought to yourself that you were prepared in your spiritual walk yet unexpected road blocks seemingly appeared to pop up causing you to feel like you were turned around, confused, and frustrated, simply discombobulated, or in unfamiliar territory and traveling in the night time of your life? If so what did you use to navigate the challenges?
Today I want to share with you a, “Perfect,” source of navigation for this Christian journey given to us by God, Himself. Continue Reading
Yes, it can be very easy to become sidetracked with the purchasing, prepping, and even celebrating without giving intentional thought to the true meaning of Christmas. For this reason I do not want any of us to get sidetracked, so I am writing this lesson to remind one and all of the greatest Gift ever given. Continue Reading
Did you know that the word “thank” is from the same root as “think”? To think means “to reflect creatively with the mind.” So to thank someone requires the process of using one’s mind to form an intentional thought and to consider what is being done and has been done or given to you. Continue Reading
“Have you ever experienced a situation in your life that caused you to feel like your emotions were on a roller coaster ride?” You know… up a little, then down a little, and even topsy-turvy? Did it appear that instead of truly giving the matter to God instead you worried about it, until you too allowed your peace to fluctuate based on your circumstances? Well, if you answered yes to any of those questions, then today’s lesson is indeed for you; just like it was and is still for me. Continue Reading
Above anticipating a new job, a monetary increase, a new car, your first home, or a new home, the arrival of a new baby, a wedding ceremony, and all of the other exciting events that can cause us great expectancy and great joy, we who are believers in Christ Jesus should anticipate His return more than everything else in this life. As a matter of fact we must make a conscious decision daily to never lend our attention to the cares of this world, so much that we lose the expectation of Christ’s return. Continue Reading