That’s exactly what we are doing on this planet, starting with this country. We are going it alone without God. Who needs God anyway? All we need is more money, more guns, more heroin, more, more, and more. Another shooting yesterday, more juvenile, hateful behavior from self-professed Christians vying for the most powerful position on the planet, and a general movement away from God. No wonder the world is so screwed up! Continue reading
Read this and thought it was an interesting quote to ponder for the day…
Our dragons are our fears: our daily stalkers, our night sweats. Fear of the unknown. Fear of failing. Fear of starting something new and not finishing. Again. Or the real fear, the one that send shivers up our spines: the fear of succeeding and facing the changes that will bring. We may not be happy with the way we are living now, but at least it’s safely familiar.
Sarah Ban Breathnach, Simple Abundance
Have a great day and ever better weekend!!!
It’s that simple. Want to get rid of that temptation in your ear? Simply shout out the devil. Yes, move closer to God and the closer you get the farther the demons will be in your life. However, nothing is more effective that shouting out the devil from your life. Jesus cast the devil out. So, if it works for Jesus I say it works for me.
No one really likes to talk about the devil or demons. That talk is too spooky, better left to horror movies. Unfortunately, the devil is real and there are demons behind the scenes. That doesn’t mean you walk life afraid. It simply means you know the reality of life and how to handle it. Like life itself, God means everything to be so very simple. Give a shout, get rid of the devil. Move closer to God and the less influence the devil has in your life.
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Life is this very simple; no matter how we complicate it. Want to get closer to God? Simple—LOVE! God is love (1 John 4:16) so if you want to get closer to him you have to be love. Its a bridge to God. The more you LOVE the farther you will move across the bridge. On one side of the bridge are all the complications of life on earth. On the other side is God. The more you LOVE the father you get away from the complications. Continue reading
“What are you looking for?” Jesus asks the two disciples who were following him (John 1:38). What a profound question to ask yourself. What are you looking for in life? What’s important; what’s not? A very simple Bible verse that packs a real punch if you really sit down and ponder it. That’s the thing about the Bible, which can seem old, stale, and complicated at times: The simplest is the most profound! Continue reading