Perhaps with this new year, it is time to bring your boat ashore, out of the wind and waves, to find your true purpose.
God’s Word says, “Love your neighbor as yourself.” How can I love others, when I struggle with loving myself?
Maybe I was more of a holy-roller than I realized, wanting to be good and liked and admired to receive the approval of others
What I needed most was the peace that comes from knowing you are loved. Then trust would not have been such an issue and joy would have been in greater supply.
My friend screamed, as I hit the gas pedal as hard as I could, spinning tires, and fish-tailing slightly onto the road. Gravel and red dust flew into the air behind us as rubber grabbed tar taking us out of harm’s way, as quickly as possible.
He knew the law well and knew that in Civil Law, you cannot be prosecuted for what you might do, only for what you did do. But, Frank saw the proverbial writing on the wall…
In my desire to see the young man have a better life, I had prayed all the things I wanted for him. But this was not the first thing God wanted for him.
Viola Davis’s acceptance speech at the Oscars was the most outstanding I have heard. “We are the only profession that celebrates what it means to live a life.” ~Viola Davis Hollywood has a reputation of narcissistic, vain-glory and idolatry of self. But Viola Davis...
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Home is not a destination but a relationship
When ministry only does the spreadsheet and creates the vision but does not see or embrace the people, then it becomes only a job with responsibilities to mark off each day.
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