Too Busy for Jesus, Part 1

Our world addicted to busy.  We live constantly on the go, flying here and flying there to accomplish a self-imposed to-do list. In the process, unfortunately, we put attending sports games over church attendance.  We place vacation spending above tithing.  We spend our time listening to the news rather than reading our Bibles.  We give … Continue reading Too Busy for Jesus, Part 1

Isaiah and The List

It’s easy for us to categorize Scripture to work for only one area of our lives.  We say “my God shall supply all my needs” for paying our mortgage, but not for buying weekly groceries. We say “no plague shall come near our dwelling” when it comes to some exotic virus, but forget to apply … Continue reading Isaiah and The List

15 Practical Ways to Help Keep Your Peace

God’s Word is the ultimate way to keep your peace.  However, many times you can rob yourself of peace, simply because of the faulty choices you make.  Here are fifteen good choices to make to help keep God’s gift of peace! Spiritual Spend time with Jesus. The most important way to keep your peace is … Continue reading 15 Practical Ways to Help Keep Your Peace

God’s Paintbrush

Doubting God’s promise to perfect that which concerns us is what dries up God’s ability to finish His work. Like a painter’s hands tied so he cannot move his paint brush, God is unable to finish the projects He begins in our lives.  When we get impatient and frustrated because the finished work isn’t appearing … Continue reading God’s Paintbrush

No Unfinished Work

We all have been guilty of starting but not completing a project.  We get distracted from our housecleaning because our friend gives us a call.  We start mowing the lawn but run out of gas for the lawn mower.  We begin taking lessons for piano or golf but leave the skill unmastered because it seems … Continue reading No Unfinished Work