Do you read your Bible on a regular basis?
If you are like me, then you have probably attempted to read through your Bible in the past, only to stop because you got too busy or found the way you were trying to read it was just too difficult.
You stopped. You beat yourself up. And you might be allowing fear to keep you from starting again.
If that's you, then I would like to share some tips and Bible reading plans that I've picked up along the way. I pray this post encourages you and hopefully helps you in your faith journey.
Ask yourself the following three questions:
(1) How do you show someone you love them? By spending time with them.
STOP AND THINK
Do you ever wish that the holidays would just hurry up and pass on by? If you do, then you’re not alone. On the other hand, if post-Thanksgiving is your “season” and all the food, festivities and family gatherings energize you, will you take time to see things from a different perspective this year? Remember there are those who aren’t as excited about the “most wonderful time of the year” as you are. This group struggles to find the joy of the season and they are all around us.
Here are a few things I hope you’ll remember this Christmas season ...
For some people their anxiety might be on overload as Hurricane Florence heads our way.
So, I wanted to take a second to encourage them by sharing some tips and pray for those that might be a little anxious in the coming hours and days.
Pastors are expected to do a lot, but there are some things you should be doing as well.
Here are 5 things that your pastor needs from YOU!
If you aren’t already, please make sure that you are praying for your pastor on a regular basis. The work of the Lord can never be done on man’s strength and ability alone. Each one of us must be seeking heaven (Matthew 6:33) and asking God to work in our churches, but also in the lives of our pastors.