You can identify them by their fruit, that is, by the way they act. Can you pick grapes from thorn bushes or figs from thistles (Matthew 7:16, NLT)? In the produce department of the grocery store the other day, I saw an elderly woman inspecting a cantaloupe, trying to decide which one to buy. She… Continue Reading
“But what about you?” He asked. “Who do you say I am?” Peter answered, “God’s Messiah” (Luke 9:20) Who is Jesus to you? Depending on whom you ask, you get different responses to this question. Consider my three boys’ responses, for example. Roman, (age 12), without hesitation answers, “He is hope.” Luke (age 9), my… Continue Reading
Interaction is integral to the blogging experience. We’ve just redesigned sharing and reblogging on WordPress.com to make joining the conversation even easier. Source: A New Design for Sharing and Reblogging
As a little girl, I didn’t like June 4th. It was the day AFTER my birthday. For me, it ranked right up there with the day after Christmas or New Year’s Eve. All of the anticipation that led up to these Holidays were built up in my mind. The fun, the presents, family, and all… Continue Reading
Are you taking enough risks in order to be obedient and follow Jesus? There is an area near Beijing, China where school children, some as young as six, climb vine ropes up 600 meter cliffs in order to attend school. The journey is so risky the children only return home two times a month. One… Continue Reading
Source: What are You Buying Into Today?
What are you going to buy today? At this very moment, whether you realize it or not, you are being inundated with sales and marketing tools specifically catered and targeted with you in mind. Try Googling anything on the internet or search a particular website and voila! This particular site’s tactic is to market their… Continue Reading
Who Do You Say I Am?.
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...”[He] who began a good work in you will carry it out onto completion until the day of Christ Jesus.” (Phil.1:6) Do you remember the old Polaroid cameras popular years ago? You know, the big clunky, boxed looking contraption hung around every Parent or Grandparent’s neck at every birthday party in the ’80’s? Back “in… Continue Reading