Parents know all about giving up their rights for the sake of their children. They demonstrate this sacrificial love every day.
Matthew 6:19 and 20 states: “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth . . . but store up for yourselves treasures in heaven.” We’re called to be set apart from the world . . . but what does that really mean?
Happy New Year! Well, it’s 2007 . . . and I’m sure you’ve spent some time lately reflecting on the past year and looking forward to a fresh start in the year to come!
Trusting God may sound noble, but when things get difficult it’s easier said than done! This is evident in the life of Samuel . . . an ancient leader who followed God with integrity in good times and bad.
So often we try to fill the longing in our hearts with things. Stuff. We think, once I have that new job, or that new house, I’ll be satisfied. Only God can fill the void in our lives. Nothing else comes close.
In this difficult economy, a lot of people are out of work. We see it on the news, in our communities, our churches, even our own homes. Discover practical ways you, and your church, can help those dealing with unemployment, or the loss of income.
When you look back on your workweek you probably notice that some aspects of your job are enjoyable, while others are just plain tedious. Whether you work in the office or the home, this helpful discussion is for you!