Sincere believers want to change and become like Christ. Sadly, we have probably all at some point heard such people express frustration, disappointment, and despair at their continued failure to do so. Maybe you have experienced that yourself. What I have often seen is that they will take a Bible verse, or concept, and then recite these repeatedly, believing that by doing so, the problem will go away and they will change. They are repeating Bible verses in a mantra-like fashion, in an effort to bring about whatever it is that is so desperately wanted. What they are reciting is true, as it is the Word of God. The problem is that it is not specific enough and it results in the lack of change.Read More
Maybe you can relate? How much time have you spent afraid, worried, lonely, envious, or feeling sorry for yourself? I don’t dare even try to calculate such waste in my life. I know that I am often guilty of all of these things. There’s got to be a better way to spend what’s left of 2017! We must put off these ungodly responses. But what can we put on instead? What will help us not only to get out of these emotional states, but to stay out, and to prevent their coming back?Read More
When facing injustice or any difficulty in life, one of the ways that it is important to deal with it, is by making sure that it has the right place. Instead of allowing ourselves to constantly mull over what has happened and how people have treated us in the past and present, it is important to limit the amount of time we think about them.Read More
Curse of the Over-Thinker I know a woman who has spent a large part of her life as an over-thinker. What is an over-thinker you ask? An over-thinker is nothing more than a habitual worrier. This is the kind of person who wakes...Read More
You don’t need me to tell you that at this point in history we have more reasons than ever before to be fearful, anxious and to worry. Our economy is faltering, every day there is a new story of terrorism, we live with threats,...Read More
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