Do you believe that God’s word has power to change and transform your life today? Isaiah says that God’s word is like the rain and melting snow which makes the barren ground spring to life and become abundantly fertile (Isaiah 55:10-11). God’s word has power to penetrate our dry barren hearts and make them springs … More Sunday Meditation: Do You Believe?
Christian life has evolved into a much more three-dimensional module – an individual’s relationship with Jesus Christ is identified with several lifestyle elements. From charity to speaking up for others who do not have a voice, Christianity and the supporting beliefs are much more inclusive than earlier years. Simplicity works. Ultimately, the ongoing question of … More Sunday Meditation: Live Simple
When you listen to the word of God in Scripture how do you respond to it? Do you hear it with indifference, selective submission, or with the full assent of faith and obedience? When Jesus taught he spoke with authority. He spoke the word of God as no one had spoken it before. When the … More Sunday Meditation: There Is Power In the Word
Mary and Martha, who are sisters, open their home to Jesus as he travels with his disciples. As Martha hurries to ensure the preparations, Mary simply sits at the feet of Jesus and listens to the wisdom of Christ. Martha then says to Jesus, “Lord, don’t you care that my sister has left me to do … More Sunday Meditation: Are You Mary or Martha?
Loving your enemies might be the hardest thing any of us have to do. Yet we are called to do it. … More Sunday Meditation: Love and Forgive
Who do you take your troubles to? Jesus’ disciples freely brought their troubles to him because they found him ready and able to deal with any difficulty, affliction, or sickness which they encountered. When Simon brought Jesus to his home, his mother-in-law was instantly healed because Jesus heard Simon’s prayer. Jerome, an early church bible … More Sunday Meditation: Who Solves Your Troubles?
By the end of a long, and particularly trying 2018, it’s normal to feel worn out and not exactly pumped for taking on new tasks. The motivation tank is dry and the pull to shut down and avoid is stronger than ever! So we can all use some tools for clicking the internal refresh button. Here’s how! Step I: Find Motivation in … More 4 Steps to Click the Internal “Refresh” Button This New Years