Carl Sagan once described our planet as, “a lonely spec in the enveloping cosmic dark.” How do you picture yourself as part of that universe? Let’s explore in this week’s Moment to Celebrate.
Keeping a prayer journal is a way to keep track of one’s life.
There’s a lot of good theology in the expressions, “if it’s not one thing it’s another” and “it’s all good.”
Erskine Bowles, Chief of Staff for President Bill Clinton, said that one principle he lives by is to “under promise and over deliver.”
The wise are not drifters.
God is like a good fire chief, slow to anger and quick to show mercy.
Have you ever noticed all the people in the Bible who experienced mood swings? We’re not alone! Let’s take a look in this week’s Moment to Celebrate.
God uses perspective to help shape and stretch us, individually and as the Body of Christ. As we reflect on our lives together in the local Church, through fellowship, prayer, the breaking of bread, and teaching of the Word, will you allow God to challenge your perspective? Will you accept His perspective of peace?
Some people rarely feel God’s presence. They do not sense him when they read their Bibles. They do not sense him when they are alone or with other believers. Do you go through periods when God seems distant?
God is to be praised in hard times because it is precisely in these times that His people are made pure. This week’s Moment to Celebrate!