Small Things

Mother holding a baby

Our lives consist of small things, fleeting moments, activities that barely qualify as actions or events. Yet it is in the tapestry woven by all of these that display our character; our commitment to Jesus. Read more

Are You A Project Person?

project

God gave Nehemiah a project. For Nehemiah, it was a massive project, and one larger than he probably understood, at first. Read more

Foundations

old house on stone foundation

Something that we may not think about when we read these verses is that a foundation is built to hold the weight of the building. Jesus has promised us that He will carry the things that bear down on us if we carry His load, which is light. (Matthew 11:29-30) Read more

The Ear

an ear with posts and pins

God, too, has a boundary when it comes to getting God’s ear. We see this in (John 9:31): We know that God does not listen to sinners, but if anyone is a worshiper of God and does his will, God listens to him. Read more

Point Me To Jesus

post filled with signs

People have lost all shame, all love of truth, all fear of God. They feel entirely free to use Jesus as a TV character where they can put any words they wish in His mouth and change His character to conform to their will. Read more

The God That Has Included You

Take courage, receive His strength, receive His love, for what you see with your eyes is a tiny part of God’s great work, and He has included you in His kingdom and His work. Read more

Separation

U-Haul truck

The best way to communicate a pending separation is, if possible, through a one-on-one conversation. Let’s face it; when you tell your best friend in the world that you’re going to leave, they won’t take it gracefully. Read more

A Yoke is a Tool for Work

a yoke of oxen

Notice in this verse that Jesus didn’t say, “Take your old yoke off and go play in God’s pasture.” There’s no intent from our Lord that His followers will be free to wander wherever their hearts take them. We still have work to do! Read more

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