It seems that many in our modern world suffer from Saul syndrome. We want to please God, but we want to do it on our own terms.
During a visit with a retired Air Force Brigadier General, he reminded me of the first rule pilots are taught: FLY THE PLANE!
God gave us a command to “go into all the world and preach the gospel”. That is not age specific.
We may not convert thousands by telling others about God’s word, but if we take one person with us to heaven that would be worth whatever effort we make.
Church camp: the bugs, stifling heat, lumpy mattresses, and lack of sleep; I love it!
As I have grown in my faith, I have grown to love, want, and need to be in worship.
We all have times when we get distracted by things of lesser importance than time with the Lord.
If we will do all can to insure our physical lives, should we not do the same for our spiritual lives?
As Christians, we all need to count our blessings and be thankful every day, and not just in November.
As a preacher’s wife, I see the discouragement preachers feel when they stand before the congregation and it’s mostly empty.