It is a sad commentary on the human race when a society resorts to redefining what makes a human life a person in order to justify killing innocent human beings.
As a preacher’s wife, I see the discouragement preachers feel when they stand before the congregation and it’s mostly empty.
I have heard it said, “He who aims at nothing will hit it.” How true that is!
When people see why we are different from the world, maybe we can lead them to Christ.
Is what’s beyond the roadblock worth the loss, the pain, or the suffering?
Most of us always tell our loved ones that we love them when we get off the phone or say goodbye. We are always expressing love in some form or fashion.
Let’s face it, some people just don’t like to be told what to do.
We look to the world to see how to fix our marriages and how to be a perfect wife, but looking to God and His Word is the right direction to take.
As you focus on Thanksgiving this week, where is your mind focused?
People can look at your house and see how hard you work to keep it clean, but can they see how hard you work to keep it centered on God?