It’s so interesting how easy it is to procrastinate (put things off).
As the weekend approaches and you head to your place of worship what will you wear?
Have you been praying for something and it’s taking longer than you expected?
he minister had just returned from a missions trip. “What did you accomplish?” I asked. “Well, the most important thing I did with the small churches in difficult situations,” he said, “was give them permission to succeed.”
My little daughter is very sick. She is close to death. Will You come to my home and pray for her? These were the words of a sad father in Scripture.
This devotional by Pastor Ray Patrick reminds us that you have to choose to disregard your past so that it doesn’t keep you from moving forward.
You may be in a season right now where everything around you seems out of control. Maybe it’s your job. Perhaps there’s great trouble within your family. Or you’re distressed about what’s happening in our nation. When life seems to be falling apart, even the upright can get uptight.
It has been said that righteousness and loyalty go hand in hand.
When we’re caught between a rock and a hard place, we feel trapped, stuck, and tired of where we are. We don’t know what to do, or we don’t know how to legitimately do what we feel we need to do. We’re like the Israelites with Pharaoh on one side and the Red Sea on the other. Death seems certain either way.
Show me your friends and i will show you your future.