If you’re married, have you considered what God may want to do through you as a couple, especially in this time of confinement together?
The challenge for every generation is to do the will of God. That’s not only important for our own lives but also for the mission of the church and the health of our nation.
Are you led by a consciousness of convenience or a consciousness of conviction?
Are you shaken by the things going on in our world today – a prolonged pandemic, racial unrest, political and social strife coupled with economic uncertainty. It seems that every foundation on earth is being shaken. Where is there stable ground?
The challenges we face as a nation for racial reconciliation are huge but not insurmountable or unique to our generation. The early church faced the same challenges as the Gospel expanded beyond Jerusalem to the Roman Empire.
According to the New Testament, today, our bodies are now the Temple of God. He has come to make His home in us, to dwell with us.
The best way I know to conquer the barriers that often separate us from God and others is to build new bridges of character in our lives through these practical steps.
How do you think those closest to you would describe your speech? Do your words build others up or tear them down?
Is your heart opened or closed? It most likely depends on the relationship, doesn’t it?
Would you trade something of immeasurable worth for something completely worthless?