“And the high priest stood up in the midst and asked Jesus, “Have you no answer to make? What is it that these men testify against you?” 61 But he remained silent and made no answer.” – Mark 14: 60-61 “Why do I get to go home instead of him?” These were the distressing words of a middle-aged […]
It was cold, and it was rainy. I remember being drenched in my Army Combat Uniform (ACU) while standing next to my chaplain at Camp Shelby, Mississipi. We were preparing to mobilize for deployment overseas, and Mississipi tried everything possible to make that preparation cold, wet, and miserable. There was a platoon off to our […]
Here’s another great post from The Devotional Guy. Let his insights and wisdom gear us up for the week ahead!
Recently, I was hanging out in my bedroom, folding and putting away clothes, when I took an interest in a framed calligraphy piece on our wall that says, “Love Never Fails.” That wall hanging has been there since the day we moved in, but tonight I finally took it in for the first time. Love […]
If your head is filled with worries about tomorrow, it isn’t spilling out hope for today. A newspaper stand certainly doesn’t understand this concept.
Where did October Go? It appears October flew by in my life. Thankfully, I learned a valuable trick that, in the end, slowed the whole month down.
The power of recognition is in the giving, not the receiving. The moment you feel you deserve recognition is the most suitable time to give it to someone else. Be grateful you feel as if you’re making a difference and cherish the fact you are. There are people moving mountains today who feel as if they might be kicking at pebbles. Let them know they are essential, and let them know what they do matters.
In last Thursday’s post, I shared how overwhelming kindness can be in our lives. One act of kindness blossoms into a garden of positive fruit. A natural outcome stemming from kindness is gratitude. Kindness elicits gratitude. When we express thankfulness and praise, we distinguish ourselves as believers from those separated from God and still struggling […] […]
In a word that fights fire with fire. We must consume that fire and not give it back. Ladies and gentleman, I give you the Sin-Eater.
The anecdotal saying is true: don’t talk the talk if you can’t walk the walk. Actions speak louder than words in most situations. How do your actions as a Christian Responder reflect what you say?