I will exalt. I will praise. I will commend. I will tell. I will meditate. I will proclaim, and I will celebrate. What a way to start the New Year.
Every Christmas you and I must come to terms with the birth and nature of Jesus Christ.
When you take a boat ride on Lake of the Woods around Kenora Ontario you can watch eagles soar high above the water.
All of us have witnessed events during the past year or so where people bumped their heads together hoping that we would take notice and come on side with their way of thinking.
Here we have the Apostle Paul saying that his prayer for the Philippian Church (and present-day Christians) is that their love for Jesus Christ, and all believers through out the whole world, would grow greater every day.
I have never really met anyone who built a life-long dream without some form of preparation. But if one was to do so, it would be the height of perhaps foolishness.
The Psalmist does not miss any words as he relates his troubled situation to us. Most of us have or will be tangled up in messy situations during our lives.
Two people walking in the woods. One is a doubter and the other is an idealist. As they walk under some trees, a little bird decides it is time for some high-flying dive bombing.
Ouch, that hurts: Something we say many times a day. But did you know that pain can be good?