Have you ever had those days where you had to be reminded to have fun? Continue reading “I Like Doodle Days” »
There’s something about our Western culture that scorns patience. Continue reading “Slow Down, You’re Praying Too Fast” »
Let’s face it, we’ll never be perfect in this earthly suit.
Transform or Die. Yikes! That sounds harsh, but no one said it was going to be easy. Continue reading “Transform Or Die!” »
Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me. Wrong! Continue reading “Watch Where You Point That Tongue” »
Is God really sitting on His big throne demanding worship to feed His inflated, narcissistic ego? Continue reading “God Doesn’t Need Your Worship” »
I started to say that God isn’t looking for doormats, but then I had to rethink that. Continue reading “Are Doormats That Bad?” »
Would the children of a wealthy businessman, who began his career through personal sacrifice, feel guilty about accepting a new house he is happy to buy for them? Continue reading “Your Faith Shouldn’t Be About Guilt” »
Cain was being snippy with God when he responded, Am I my brother’s keeper? The answer is yes. Continue reading “Are You Your Brother’s Keeper?” »
Know what happens when you go through seasons of blessing? The enemy comes at you like a flood. He hates that God is working in your life. He overwhelms you with lies and discouragement. In an instant, you fall from joy to despair. For some reason, the lie feels more real than the truth. It takes a bit to realize what just happened, but then you have decision to make. Whose truth will you believe? In the middle of discouragement, it’s difficult to mentally make the decision to believe the right thing, but you have to do it. Will yourself to just believe what is true and the truth will flow back into your spirit. The clouds will part and you’ll be back. Resist the devil and he will flee. That resistance is the result of a decision. The longer you allow yourself to wallow in discouragement, the longer you believe the lie. Just say no.