Our county is once again mourning the loss of multiple lives at the hands of misguided individuals. We are at a moral crossroad that must be navigated with care. We can either abandon the truth and retreat deeper into apathy, or we can reclaim the moral high ground and revitalize our community. I’d like to … Continue reading Reclaiming the Moral High Ground
You are …
You are here. You’re exactly where you’re supposed to be at this time in your life. God created you and knew you would be at this stage of your spiritual development. He knows every challenge, failure, and victory that has shaped your confidence. He also knows the path you must take to arrive at the … Continue reading You are …
Melissa’s Quick Tip
Hello Everyone, Yesterday, my amazing, beautiful, intelligent, sweet, loving wife Melissa shared a relationship tip for couples. I'd like to share it with you. "Hi friends, I'm wishing you all a beautiful Wednesday! Here's a quick tip I've learned from 21 years of marriage: Relationships aren't something you treat with passivity. You have to work … Continue reading Melissa’s Quick Tip
The Truth About You
Great encouragement! I hope it blesses you as it did me.
So many times, most of us measure our successes and failures against the standards of others. We aspire, try, push to be like other people. we do everything we can to “belong”; to be “liked”; to be “accepted.”
Folks what if I told you what others think of you is irrelevant? And that what matters is what and who God has destined you to be?
The truth about you is this:
You are not “inferior.”
You are simply “You.”
You are an uncommon person
“You” as a personality are not in competition with any other personality simply because there is not another person on the face of the earth like you, or in your particular class.
You are an individual. You are unique.
You are not “like” any other person and can never become “like” any other person.
You are not “supposed” to be like any other person and no…
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Suffering and Encouragement
In the last post, "How Much Can You Take?", we examined Acts 9:15-16. But the Lord said to him, “Go, for he is a chosen vessel of Mine to bear My name before Gentiles, kings, and the children of Israel. For I will show him how many things he must suffer for My name’s sake.” … Continue reading Suffering and Encouragement