A sentiment that has been on my heart for a few days is that God is a good and faithful God. We see this again and again in Scripture; in the Old Testament, God continues to pull the Israelites out of the muck even when they repeatedly disobey God.
People need encouragement. To verify this, all we have to do is ask a pastor, Chaplin, counselor…or even a parent.
My kids were required to memorize James 2:19-21 for school a few months ago. At first glance, it appeared to be any other bible verse.
National Earth Day was observed on Friday, April 22. The objective of Earth Day is to raise awareness about issues such as pollution and deforestation that threaten the world. We can make our world a better and healthier place to live by participating in activities like picking up trash and planting trees.
Remember how I indicated in yesterday's devotions that we should seek God's wisdom and help? So, this is how we should approach God regarding anything and everything.
Are you going through a difficult time in your life, whether it's with your family, your marriage, your children, or something else?
Why did Joseph of Arimathea insist on putting Jesus in his newly purchased tomb?
If you're a fellow glasses-wearer like myself, you'll know how frequently you have to wipe your lenses clean. I keep those little clothes all over the place, in my desk, my car, my purse, my medicine cabinet, etc. It's funny how a spec of dust...
Last week (April 10-16) was National Telecommunicators Week. The Fond du Lac Pizza Ranch decided to celebrate the week by providing their local 911 Dispatch Center an appreciation meal to show their support for all the Dispatchers do for their community.
What did you think of yesterday's challenge? Is there something you need to remind yourself of frequently? Don't put yourself down for needing the reminder, but let the Holy Spirit use it to draw your deeper into your relationship with God.
In our technology-minded world we all have numerous accounts and passwords to keep track of. Have you ever considered using a password as a reminder for yourself?
The world tells us to indulge ourselves in whatever we want. Whatever makes us happy. To live for self. To say whatever we want…even if it’s hurtful. And we better not stand for anything in the Bible because it will offend folks. And if we do, we could be considered a terrible person. The problem for Christians is that the Bible says something very different. From front to back it’s very clear. We are to: 1) serve and love God and others, and 2) walk by the Holy Spirit.