I used to teach a Sunday School class to kids, and one day I was talking to them about the importance of reading the Bible. Every single one of them had a reason why they were too busy to read the Bible. Since they were kids I accepted some of the reasons because after all, honoring your parents is also honoring to God, however some of the things that made them “too busy” to read their Bible were just plain silly. If watching Wheel of Fortune means that you are too busy to listen to God’s word, Wheel of Fortune has become an idol! I am not saying don’t have fun, I am saying that if you don’t have time to read God’s word, you may have an idol or two in your life. It’s time to look at your schedule and clean out a few idols. For those of you who may be genuinely too busy, because you are doing something that can not wait like helping a special needs person, may I suggest obtaining an audio Bible? People who lead stressful busy lives need God too,
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There are many different “gods’ that get preached about, some are trinitarian, some are modelist, some are black, some are white, some are Middle Eastern, some are only anger, some are only love, some have room for both justice and grace…
Only one is THE GOD that can save you. He has grace for people who have tried, and honestly don’t understand the differences, but we must all search for a more complete vision of who he really is. Because worshiping a god who isn’t him is idolatry.
Davidisms – I’m in Sales, God’s in ManagementWhat stops you from sharing your faith with others? Is it not knowing what to say? How to bring it up? Fear of rejection? Next time you hesitate to share your faith, remember this: You’re in sales, God’s in management. Jesus said so: “And I when I am lifted up from the earth, I will draw all people to myself” (John 12:32).
Why Every Child Deserves Married Parents Every child deserves to live with a married mother and father who love them and are committed to each other.
By Ryan Everson
There’s so much to love about a good wedding. Between the mountainous cake, the glamorous decorations, and most importantly, the bride and groom holding back tears as they take their solemn vows, weddings are quite a scene to behold. Life rarely provides more beautiful moments.
The beauty of marriage extends far beyond the wedding day. In fact, strong marriages improve nearly every area of life, securing the financial, emotional, and educational well-being of the people they unite and the children they bring into the world.
The passage of time hasn’t changed any of that. As we commemorate National Marriage Week, we should take a moment to reflect on the pivotal role marriage plays in creating a healthy society, and what happens when that role is neglected.