This time of lockdown has paved the way to a varied style of living. Thankfully, I am able to work from the comfort of my home which is a welcome bonus. I’ve settled into a routine which allows me to look forward in eager anticipation … Hallelujah! Praise The Lord.
A follower of Jesus isn’t guaranteed a problem-free life. Quite the contrary because God requests that we operate on a level which is not earthly. In Romans 12:2 we read, Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing … The Pursuit Of Peace.
I am going to share a personal journey because of the great value in what I’ve experienced. I’ve been celibate for the last 3 years and was acquainted with some very interesting insight on this walk. The decision to refrain from sexual relations and dating … Celibacy: Starve The Flesh, Feed The Spirit.
I would like to say a big THANK YOU for taking the time to visit. I hope everyone is coping well while we continue to ride the waves of this pandemic. It certainly feels as though the globe was transformed overnight and now we’re left … In God I Always Trust.
The human heart is a vast reservoir of complex intensity and depth. God instructs us to guard it and at the same time warns that it is deceitful and wicked. The more I read and study Scripture, the more I begin to (ever so) slowly … Idol-Free Worship Zone. It’s God’s Law.
What better time to post about patience while physical distancing in the midst of a pandemic virus outbreak. It’s safe to say that this is a perfect example of being forced to wait and it may very well be a wake-up call for the world. … Patience: Rest To Gain God’s Best.
Jesus Christ is a movement leader who has influenced the course of world history for over 2,000 years. Jesus’ name conjures up a multitude of images such as revolutionary, teacher, preacher, servant, master, healer, saviour and so on. Regardless of what role(s) we choose to … Lead With Love Like Jesus.
In order to know where you’re going, you need to know where you’ve been. At the closing of each year, I look back to pause and reflect. I don’t dwell but it’s valuable to take inventory and consider what’s already happened. I really had no … It Was A Good Year To Face Fear.