I don’t know about you, but it seems I can be real spiritual until someone cuts me off in traffic. Then I can get angry. I know that’s none of you. So, excuse me for using myself as an example. I’m just trying to make this relatable. I’ve heard it said many times that anger … Continue reading Three Steps Toward Biblical Anger Management
Rumors are like partially melted butter. They spread easily and people like them even though it's not good for them.
Psalms 30:6-7 (6) And in my prosperity I said, I shall never be moved. (7) LORD, by thy favour thou hast made my mountain to stand strong: thou didst hide thy face, and I was troubled. I once heard a story of a woman who had won her state’s lottery. In an instant, she went … Continue reading Blessings can be Dangerous
The Lord had one of the most counterintuitive recruitment programs of all time. As great as the need was, you would think He would take anyone who was willing. But it was the need that made Jesus so particular.
A person's accent can tell you a little bit about where they're from. A person's words will tell you where their heart is.
Have you ever been to a restaurant and tried something that was so good you just had to tell your friends about it? The problem is that when you did, your words just could not fully convey the experience. Finally, you said: “You have to try it for yourself and you’ll see!” The Psalmist was … Continue reading Taste and See
"For I give you good doctrine, forsake ye not my law." (Proverbs 4:2) Before you head out anywhere, it’s best to have good directions. Personally, I had GPS before it was cool. I had a Global Positioning Spouse. Jane can read a map like nobody’s business and she’s very good at estimating arrival times. If … Continue reading Getting Our Bearings Right