Monday, May 25, 2020

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How to Serve When Nobody Does the Work That Anybody Can Do

“Can’t we call somebody?” my son asked with an annoyed sigh. It was an early morning before the neighborhood recycling truck made its rounds in our area.  High winds had strewn empty plastic water bottles, aluminum cans, and an assortment...

Quiet on the Set: Mute Your Doubts While God Directs His Plan

Shhhh... God is at Work. Have you ever just sat and thought about the fact that, not only does God make us promises, but He actually wants us to have all that He has promised us? I mean, He really...

Beautiful Reasons to Listen to the Voice of God

Today's Scripture Lesson: Psalm 81 I invite you to read the entire Psalm on your own and allow the Holy Spirit to minister to you through His Word. The 81st Psalm is attributed to the priest name, Asaph. In this psalm,...

How to Find an Exercise You’ll Actually Enjoy

You Can Actually Enjoy Exercising Quickly glancing at the clock, I hurriedly clicked out of all the windows open on my computer screen and logged out.  Practically skipping down the hall, I raced into the bathroom to change into workout...

You Don’t Need a Resurrection, You Need to Stay Dead!

We celebrate the resurrection power of Jesus Christ every day, all day. However, is there a point where too much ‘resurrection’ is a bad thing? The Problem with Liberal ‘Resurrection’ Think about it. Applying the concept of resurrection too liberally can...

3 Keys to Your Divine Exit Strategy

The Exit That Leads You to Escape According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary app on my iPad, "exit" means: 1. a departure from a stage; 2. the act of going out or away; 3. a way out of an enclosed place or space; 4. one...

How to Effectively Manage Random Mood Swings with Grace

Are You Moody? Keeping with my recent theme of being built to win and standing in your identity, I started thinking about those of us who struggle with staying in that "free" space. Those of us who know the Lord...

Don’t Let the Storm Stop Your “Yes”

Peace in the Midst of the Storm The eye of a storm has always fascinated me. It’s a region of calm weather at the center of intense tropical cyclones. The thought that there can be peace in the midst of...

Storage Almost Full: What’s Blocking Your Blessings?

Manage Your Storage Settings I use my cell phone a lot, and for many different things, as many of you probably do. Before my current iPhone, I had a 16GB, iPhone 5S. Now, the problem that I frequently had was...

Desperate Times Call for Desperate Worship

Today’s Scripture Lesson: Psalm 74 Once again, I encourage you to read the Psalm in its entirety and allow the Holy Spirit to minister to you directly through His Word. We have covered a number of Psalms attributed to David, and...
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