During a visit with a retired Air Force Brigadier General, he reminded me of the first rule pilots are taught: FLY THE PLANE!
If we will do all can to insure our physical lives, should we not do the same for our spiritual lives?
In my mind, when you ran aimlessly, that means you were just flailing around like a newborn giraffe trying to run, like someone who lacked any kind of coordination. However, I don’t think that’s what Paul meant at all.
Chasing the elusive mirage of happiness and contentment in something newer never succeeds.
How do we keep sin out of our lives? How do we keep sin away? Here are five things we can do to keep sin out of our lives.
The Devil wants nothing more in this life than to see all of us living as we think we should live.
We’ve all been selfish. Don’t deny it. You know you have, too.
Sometimes we perhaps do not give the devil enough credit.
When we step out into this world, we are supposed to be a carbon copy of Jesus and His Word.
He didn’t tell us to let Him know when things are too tough, and He’ll do it for us. He told us to do it, with His help.