I can't tell you how many people reached out asking for the list I mentioned in last week's YouTube video, so I thought I would just post it here.
I was reminded of Jesus’ disciples and a storm they faced. You see, Jesus was always there with them, yet it seems they waited until things had turned extreme to seek out Christ’s intervention.
This Sunday no different, except that I found myself more stretched than normal. But something in our preacher's message grabbed my attention and hasn’t left my mind since.
These words probably sound easy, but they're really not. But they can change a whole situation for good.
I found myself a little frustrated that I was bringing the same exact request to God again and again. Why isn't God taking over my burdens?
It is hard to believe that a small child can teach a full grown adult a thing or two, but I have found this to be so true on more than one occasion.
A couple weeks ago, someone asked me a question that really made me stop and think. We muttered an answer after we had thought for a second, but the words he said after our explanation just stopped me in my tracks. It was like he made Scripture “come alive” in my heart.
I’m not talking about a dream in the night or a passing wish for something you want. I am talking about about a deep desire that you have your heart — an aspiration, a goal, or something that is bigger than yourself?
This weekend we spent some quality time with a dear 92-year-old man. As I sat next to him, he just started reminiscing about his life — the hard times and the happy times. He lived a simple life, but a life full of faith.
I just finished reading our favorite marriage book, and this thought jumped off the page.