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.
Surrendering all to Jesus means just that, surrendering everything.
Chasing the elusive mirage of happiness and contentment in something newer never succeeds.
I’ve been reflecting on graduates and advice I’d like to give my children before they graduate high school.
As Christians, we have been enlisted into the Lord’s army, and that means we are to fight for His kingdom.
When we step out into this world, we are supposed to be a carbon copy of Jesus and His Word.
If we do not have respect for others like the Bible commands, who else will?
When people see why we are different from the world, maybe we can lead them to Christ.
When we talk about change or new ideas let us not do so with fear. Not all new ideas are bad.
When are we going to draw a line in the sand and say enough is enough? When will we say, “As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.”