Can a risky interpretation of Matthew 13:24-30 and a clue-providing chorus really help me better accept my imperfections, life’s unfairness, and unanswered prayers, while also increasing my understanding of Matthew 6:22-23 (19-34) and 2 Corinthians 4:7 and 12:7-9?
Did you make a new-year’s resolution to cut back and be more moderate in some area of life? Moderation and balance are generally good goals, but they’re not always a good fit for everything. Some things are just better when taken to the extreme.
Even as we look forward to a new year, it's always good to review last year and glean any lessons we can. What can I (and maybe even you) learn from my blogs?
Reality says there could be several reasons you shop at more than one store. Let’s look at the most obvious reasons and see if they will make any difference in our findings in this series on bargain shopping.
With our current economy, who isn’t trying to save as much money as possible? So, it’s been logical to use a bit more time if it helps us save money. But life just seems to be getting faster, so now we don’t have any time to spare! What do you do, then, when your goal to save money is consuming too much of your time?
When is it worthwhile to go bargain shopping? How much cheaper must the price be to make it worth the time and gas to get an item elsewhere?
Thanksgiving is supposed to be a day of giving thanks, so what do parades, football games and slaving away in a kitchen have to do with it? What can you do to make the holiday worthwhile?
Blogging about God's Word is never easy. Sometimes communicating the message is a practice of the message!
When the noise of life--both internal and external--intimidates your faith, then it's time to focus on Jesus and what He says!
God may be the only One who can do the miracles, but He fully expects us to partner with Him by believing He can do them!