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Jul 8, 2019
“The Lord’s Servant”
"The Lord's Servant"
  • 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
  • Jun 10, 2019“Knowing God Loving God”
    Jun 10, 2019
    “Knowing God Loving God”
    "Knowing God Loving God"

 | Wednesday Weekly Blog |

So, You Think You have Problems

Dr. Theodore Rubin, a psychiatrist and author had this to say about problems:  “The problem is not that there are problems. The problem is expecting otherwise and thinking that having problems is a problem.”  I think I would pretty much agree with him – the problem is not the problem.  If we aren’t careful we will somehow get the idea that if we are good enough, or if we are careful, or if we don’t make a mistake we can get rid of all of our problems.  The only problem with that is that it just isn’t true.  Problems are a part of life and we only make problems bigger when we refuse to believe that.  What if we learned to handle our problems the way that Moses handled this problem?  Look at it with me.


Why Pray When We Can Worry?

I hope you caught the sarcasm in the title of the blog.  Maybe you didn’t take the time to read the title you just started with the content and after reading the first sentence you looked up and saw it.  Whatever the case, I hope that I have your attention now and I hope you will think very seriously about what I have to say this morning.  I know that what I have to say is not important at all because of what I have to say.  But I also know that what I have to say this morning is important because we are at such a critical time in the history of our nation and our world.  I was being very sarcastic with the title of this blog and I hope in the next few paragraphs that I can give you something to think about that will help you to perhaps change some of the habits that you have that lead you straight to worry . . .


The Power of Choice

We’ve been given an incredible power by God – the power to choose.  God has given us the ability to choose to follow Him or to choose not to follow Him.  He has given us the choice to live our life according to His love and grace or to choose not to live our life according to His love and grace.  But there is an old saying that is so very pertinent here and that saying is, “With great power comes great responsibility.”  The responsibility that we bear in this choice whether to choose God or not to choose God falls on our shoulders and it is because God loves us so very much.