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Not sure how I fell into the dreaded Monday trap. On Sunday- my to-do list seems doable, plans plausible & “gung-ho” goals achievable. When the reality of another week sets in, I feel defeated and deflated before I even start.
You’ve heard of FOMO right? What about FOBO? The fear of being overlooked. Fear of being ignored or forgotten, of not being included.
The fear that all our hard work, efforts, and striving will not be acknowledged. That we will be unseen, unheard, unsung, and unnoticed. Fear we will be looked over or left out.
As I pondered all that Holy week and Easter represent – the hope, freedom, and redemption, but also the sadness and suffering. I wondered “Good Friday” – why do we call it good… (Side note: There are speculations on the…
I know it’s a little late in the game, but my word for the year is TRUST.
TRUST is “blind” faith. Believing, without seeing or understanding, that things will work out. Trust is walking, no running headlong, into God’s plan and timing without knowing the outcome or the cost.
We can unearth so much in the Bible. Why? Because the Word of God is wisdom.
It contains wisdom, was written with wisdom (God-breathed, Holy Spirit inspired), and will guide us to wisdom. It shows us how to gain knowledge and apply it to our lives.
The Word of God holds tangible answers. All of them… God’s Word gives us guidance and information, assistance and revelation for every situation, problem, emotion, and circumstance. God has placed His Word at our fingertips. He deposited the power of…
We’ve all heard it before… “Read the Bible.” “Study scripture.” “Spend time with God, in God’s Word.” But why? What is contained in God’s Word that is so important? So useful that these expressions are and have been repeated over…
Problems, difficulties, trials, hardships – many different names, all shapes and sizes. Struggles – the one common thread… we all have them. Young or old. White, red, yellow, or brown. Male or female. Rich or poor. Believer or not. No…
Choices, choices SO many choices. All day long. Decision upon decision. Choice after choice. What do I eat? What do I say? How do I say it? What to do? Where to go? Who to see? To interact with? Do…