I believe that God gave us life so that we can love and glorify Him. Many people believe that eternal life in Heaven is something that we earn through good works, or something we inherit because our parents are religious, or possibly we can attain it through good intentions. While all these things sound good, the… Continue reading The Best Decision in Life: A Free Gift
A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies! I love using my library card! It combines two of my favorite things, reading and getting things for free. 😉 For the last several years I have tried to read a book a week. This is the first year that I’m a few books short only… Continue reading Readers Are Leaders! Good Reads From 2018
If I’ve learned anything in these last several months it’s that joy and contentment are a choice. Today I will choose to have contentment and be joyful! Thou hast turned for me my mourning into dancing: thou hast put off my sackcloth, and girded me with gladness; To the end that my glory may sing… Continue reading Joy is a Choice
I wanted to share something with you that I read in my devotions the other morning…. “When you feel overwhelmed, ask yourself, “Am I sacrificing my sanity or family to make this happen?” Pray about how God wants you to spend your time. What is best for you? Your marriage? Your family? Creating healthy boundaries… Continue reading Feeling Overwhelmed?
At the beginning of 2018 I mentioned in a previous post that in lieu of a New Year’s resolution, I have claimed the word “gratitude” for the year. I was recently reading a devotional focusing on Job’s gratitude despite having seemingly lost everything important to him. Having what seemed like nothing left, he still said:… Continue reading Focusing on Gratitude
Happy New Year, 2018! I’m not really one for New Year’s Resolutions, what about you? I am more of a resolve to make a change when it is needed whether it is January 1st, April 18th, or November 24th. That being said, this year I am going to try something a little different. This is… Continue reading What’s the Word for 2018?