I was in a grocery store looking for a particular snack. I couldn’t find it. I had traveled those grocery store aisles for at least 30 minutes. Moments later a friend of mine who works in the store asked me what I was looking for. I told him and he immediately pointed me in the…
“For physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise for both the present life and the life to come.”
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.
Just a closer walk with Thee.
Grant it Jesus, is my plea.
Daily walking close to Thee,
Let it be dear Lord, let it be.
– Patsy Cline
And this goes for everybody – no matter their race, religion, background, nationality or age.
We all have those days where we are feeling low and need some encouragement. A collection of Wisdom from well-known Christian men and women.
The Bible answers the questions: To whom should we pray? When should we pray? How long should our prayers be? Should our prayers be public or private? What or whom should we pray for? Is there a prescribed posture to assume in prayer?
Ah Oceans of blue by Jacqui Julyan
Some of the web’s most influential voices now belong to bloggers as young as 13.
“Fear not . . .” Isaiah 43:1 “Fear not” — words that make us stand a little straighter and feel a little stronger. “Fear not,” (and words of a similar context) are found in the Bible more than a hundred times. We’re taught that fear and faith cannot coexist. A fearful saint is not a…
In that dramatic scene on Calvary’s hill, three men were crucified. We must never forget that all three were crucified for the same crime – the crime of extremism. Two were extremists for immorality, and thus fell below their environment. The other, Jesus Christ, was an extremist for love, truth and goodness.
Like it or not, all of us are caught up in the spiritual war that’s taking place between good and evil. If you don’t engage in the war, you’ll still be affected by it — and you’ll be much more vulnerable to evil than you would if you decided to fight as God calls you to do. So be active; not passive.
Some people think helpful advice is all about knowing things and saying a lot. To the contrary, you can know little yet give solid advice and with sparing words you can help a person greatly.
The old saying, “a dog is a man’s best friend,” has never been truer. Many hearts and souls are warmed by the unconditional love, loyalty, and companionship of dogs.
It’s okay to make new friends at church, and you never have to stop being someone’s best friend just because God took them in a different direction. God works all things together for good.