Here is what I turned in for one of my college homework assignments this week. Oh... these assignments are to be like journaling and when it comes to journaling, I'm quite used to doing it!
Reflective Journal: Week 7
Question one for chapter twelve is the question that immediately caught my attention. Bear with me… I believe that testimony is always a strong manner in which to reach people. When testimony is involved in a sermon, teaching, or
I'm finding that I'm having to make my ignore list longer and longer.
I have to do this, or I will end up saying something to one or more of these people that I will get in trouble with the administrators and/or moderators for saying.
Right now, my grandmother is going to be 89 in just slightly over a week. She is, as I've heard it put "like a sled- going down hill fast". I can't even deal with this, without having to deal with a lot of what's going on on
John 5:11, “These things have I spoken unto you, that my joy may be in you, and that your joy may be made full”
1 John 1:4, "These things we write to you that your joy may be full"
Do you remember those yellow round happy-face stickers that showed up frequently on stationery and postcards? They were often accompanied by the one-word message, "Smile." They implied that you could put a smile on your face as easily as you
We live in a very visual age....What will drive what will excite when we arrive on the other side. These are the questions we won't know the answers till we arrive on the other side. Here the fears and concerns ....The need to strive so we can survive....In a world that God made alive....We have Jesus who'll help us through....All of life's trials....Till the day we leave to be by his side.
Reading Genesis 21 still.
Luke 8:39, “Return to your own house, and tell what great things God has done for you”
Luke 14:23, “Compel them to come in, that my house may be filled”
Lyman Beecher was a man of powerful intellect; a brilliant scholar and preacher of his day. So great a preacher was he that his sermons were read in newspapers throughout the country. When he was on his deathbed someone said to him, "Dr. Beecher, you are a great intellect, a brilliant scholar.