Monthly Archives: March 2021

Discouraged?Invite God to help!

If you ever feel discouraged (and who hasn’t at some time or another?) there are plenty of ways to move beyond it. You can make it a temporary “blip” in time rather than a downward pull of emotional quicksand. Here

If You’ve prayed,Let God Ease Your Worries!

For many people, their worries and anxieties can distort their perception of what is reality and what is not.  God doesn’t want you walking around worried and trying to figure things out on your own, this is why He offers

New Blessings are Hidden at Your Crossroads!

Are you finding it difficult to get through life? Is absolutely nothing working for you? It could be that God is leading you through closed doors. Although no one likes closed doors, closed doors play a very important part of the story that God

Walk by Faith-Leave the Results to God!

Walking by faith is easy when we get the results we are looking for, isn’t it? When our prayers are answered the way we want them to be and everything happens the way we want, it’s easy to have faith.

What Are YOU Doing Here?

Once there was a minister who was lonely, depressed and feeling defeated in his life and ministry. One night in his despair, he found himself in a bar on the seedy side of town. With his head bowed low in shame,

The dullest pencil

“The dullest pencil … remembers better than the sharpest mind.” My co-worker, and friend, Ted Cramer, says that all the time, and it is very true. We all like to think we can remember whatever it is we are supposed

Be patient; God is working On your problems!

Be patient; God is working your problems Someone has said: “I think I’m a pretty patient guy — that is, until I have to wait for something!” Sad but true, patience (waiting) does not occupy the top rung on our

Are You Worn Out? Seek God For Strength!

Are you waiting for something to change in your life? Are you desperately in need of someone to fight for you for once? Are you ready to give up, and exhausted of what life has handed you lately? I’ve said

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