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Jul 23, 2019
“Reconnecting With God”
"Reconnecting With God"
  • Jul 23, 2019“Reconnecting With God”
    Jul 23, 2019
    “Reconnecting With God”
    "Reconnecting With God"
  • Jul 8, 2019“The Lord’s Servant”
    Jul 8, 2019
    “The Lord’s Servant”
    "The Lord's Servant"
  • Jul 1, 2019“Salt and Light”
    Jul 1, 2019
    “Salt and Light”
    "Salt and Light"
  • Jun 24, 2019“They Had Been With Jesus”
    Jun 24, 2019
    “They Had Been With Jesus”
    "They Had Been With Jesus"
  • Jun 17, 2019“Unlimited”
    Jun 17, 2019

 | Wednesday Weekly Blog |

Hold On To Every Moment

I am very much a proponent of making the most of every moment.  I believe that at its best, life is very short and I think we are way, way, way too busy.  I believe that we should make it a point to spend more time with the people that we love.  I believe we should do everything we can to prioritize our lives around people and NOT around work, or hobbies, or activities, or a thousand other things.  People are important, not stuff.  I put a paper aside a long time ago that I came across again today and I wanted to share it with you.  I believe it was written by Erma Bombeck and I hope you’ll read it and think about what it has to say.  


NOT What We Can Do

A number of years ago John Henry Jowett told about a small village where an elderly woman died.  She died penniless, uneducated, and unsophisticated, but during her lifetime her selfless service had made a tremendous impact for Christ.  On her tombstone they chiseled the words, “She did what she couldn’t.”  That could be the epitaph for every follower of Christ who will allow Christ to live through us:  HE can do through us what we can never do ourselves.  This, of course, reminds me of the words of the apostle Paul who wrote, “I can do everything through him who gives me strength” (Philippians 4:13).  So, what does that mean to you?  What does that mean to me?  What does that mean in 2017 where we live?



There was a study done of identical twins awhile back and there was a pair of twin brothers whose lives were quite opposite. One of them was a happily married lawyer with a flourishing practice.  The other was a twice-divorced alcoholic who had gone from job to job all of his life.  The questionnaire they filled out asked, among other things, “What made you the way you are?”  The researchers were amazed that these two men had written identical answers to that question:  “My father’s death when I was ten years old.”