My love does not last. It will not. It cannot. But there is another…
Read: Ecclesiastes 1:1-3:22, Corinthians 6:1-13, Psalm 46:1-11, Proverbs 22:15 For everything there is a season, a time for every activity under heaven. (Ecclesiastes 3:1) Relate: Five dollars a day. I’m 40(ish) years old. If I were to put away five dollars a day every day into an account like an IRA or 401K, by the time I was…
Never in the history of mankind did four letters so eloquently sum up all that is wrong with a generation.
One of the inevitable facts of life is that each and every one of us are slowly dying.
What is obviously, blatantly true with regards to phone games and classroom decorations is just as true with other things for which people are deadly serious. Honestly, fifty years from now it won’t much matter which… person… is elected president in the coming American election.
Am I standing with Adam (literally, “man”) or will I stand for Christ? Will I be caught by His grace or dragged along by the sin of the world?
God showed up because God is God and He can do whatever He wants wherever He wants however He wants.
Before they could ascend Mount Zion, the people from Galilee first needed to pass by this mountain.
A huge percentage of what we do is transient. It is purposeless. There is no lasting value. Yet these little things are what we spend such a large majority of our time, thought, effort, and money on.
My primary purpose as a follower of Christ is prayer. There is nothing more important that I, or any of us, can do.