What will you do to make the lives of others better today? As a Christian, if you are not being a positive force in the world you are not following the example of Christ.
As Shepherd-like He guides with word and deed A deed once held by nails so cruel A word of promise still to be fulfilled And though the storms come and build and rage He is my anchor, my refuge and my solid ground.
It may not take much to change a life. Letting someone know that you believe in them may make all the difference. Remember God believed in you so much that He sent His son to die for you, now that is what you call believing in someone.
Never underestimate what God can do with what we have and the little we give back to Him.
From the moment the sun rises until it set may God be praised. From the second I wake to when I lay my head back down again may God be on my mind. From the time I open my mouth to the time it shuts may God’s words be on my lips. From dawn untilContinue reading “Following God”
The first attack on a human was when the devil attacked Eve in questioning the authority of the word of God (“Did God really say…”). That attack continues today. Will we really exchange the authority of scripture for the short term gain of a tempting piece of fruit?
Grace and mercy, two of the greatest gifts given to us by God, two of the greatest gifts we can give to others.
God doesn’t need us to carry out His will but allows us to enter into a partnership with Him to grow our faith and our love for Him.
We may be in two minds about turning our back on God and wanting our independence, but remember if we do God will always welcome us back with open arms, no questions asked. In fact He’d throw us a party, invite us to a feast and make us the guest of honour.
In the garden of Eden God put man’s biggest moral decision in the centre of their working environment. The same is true today, it is in our work, paid or otherwise, where we tend to find our toughest moral decisions. We must work as for the Lord and not let the byproduct of our workContinue reading “Moral Decisions”