To be continued….Those are arguably the most disappointing words on television. Especially at the end of a season. Before Netflix, you would actually need to wait until next week or longer for the conclusion of the matter. The most famous cliffhanger of them all was from the show Dallas, Who shot J.R? In the Christian life there are things to be continued, but contrary to the entertainment industry, the things to be continued are not discouraging or disappointing, but rather encouraging. Helping us not to quit! Everywhere you look, there are people quitting on everything. They quit jobs, they quit Continue reading The Ultimate Guide of Things to Continue
No-one likes to admit a weakness. We go to great lengths to hide our weaknesses. When interviewing people for a new position or job, one of the most likely questions that will be asked is, what are your strengths? What talents or abilities will you bring to our company? Most people rather enjoy answering this question. It gives them the opportunity to brag on themselves, and even though most people would deny it, they love talking about themselves. In most conversations that you find yourself in, the other party isn’t listening to what you are saying; they are just simply waiting for their turn to talk and usually about themselves or some experience that they have had. On the other hand, probably the most disliked question in an interview is, What are your weaknesses? Who wants to talk about weaknesses in an interview? In an interview, you are attempting to put your best foot forward, not talk about where you are weak! Most people have covered up their weaknesses so well and often, that they forget that they even have any. For instance, just yesterday, I was reminded of how easily a small weakness can completely dominate your actions. Yesterday I was moving a gas grill down some steps (with help) and somehow managed to twist and pull in exactly the wrong way, and pulled a muscle or something in my lower back. Today, I can hardly stand up straight. Before that happened I was just like everyone else, thinking that I didn’t have a weakness to worry about.
In this podcast, we are going to look at a few things that can Continue reading What Makes You Weak?
Shew me thy ways, O LORD; teach me thy paths.
Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou art the God of my salvation; on thee do I wait all the day.
Have you ever attempted to give someone driving directions? Especially someone who is “directionally challenged”? GPS technology has come a long way, but so many people rely completely on these things.
In this podcast we are going to see how to find the right path:
- We need to get back to the Old Paths (Jeremiah 6:16)
- Inerrancy of the Bible
- Infinite sufficiency of Christ’s Work
- Empowerment of Continue reading Where is the good way?
In Acts 9:26-31, we see how the “church” originally reacted to Paul after his conversion. In this passage, he hasn’t yet taken the name of Paul (the first time Saul is called Paul is found in Acts 13:9, which shows us that Saul took upon himself the name of his first convert Sergius Paulus (Acts 13:7)). The Disciples were afraid of Paul at the first and did not believe that he was a fellow believer. They were ready to discount Paul because of his past. They were all too eager to hold his past sins against him while at the same time enjoying forgiveness for their own Sin. We as Christians are called to ” be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake hath forgiven you” (Ephesians 4:32).
Are you helping to restore others to the LORD or are you in the business of destroying those who need our help the most?