In our Scripture text the apostle Paul makes us aware of a partnership between Jesus Christ and Christians everywhere.
Life is full of surprises. We meet people we have heard about, and we find them to be different than we thought they would be.
Jesus certainly was not like our modern-day TV. Evangelists. I can never say an Evangelist tricked me into believing Christ.
Strange how things change as we age; at times we think we are so independent that the friendship and help of others is not necessary.
When fear numbs my heart and troubles my soul; I know no other solution other than to take it to the Lord in prayer.
There is an old saying. “Those who pray within their homes, surround them with a wall that is stronger than iron.” Have we ever asked ourselves the question… why is it important to pray?
We look at our Lord’s life and death here on earth, listen to His words, and say, “Here is someone who understands what I am going through!” He has experienced all our years of heartaches and bitterness.
One of the oldest instruments for navigation have been the magnetic compass. It is a vital tool that allows ships to steer a given course.
When we get a little older, pension age that is, we often ask people to repeat whatever it is that has been said. I suppose we do that because we want to be sure we understood and got it right – after all, we do not want to go and mess up the story with half-truths.