We discussed how there are three parts to God’s Will. But what happens if you take one of these pieces out? What would that look like? Can we identify it in our own lives if we see it? What exactly is in a Taco Supreme? These burning questions and more in today’s exciting devotional. Continue reading
We talked about God’s Will in general in the previous devotionals. Now we need to get more specific… we need to talk about the individual. Now I know you all want to hear more about me as an individual, but being as humble as I am, we’ll talk about you. A bit. Then we can get back to me. Continue reading
The first thing people associate with the term worship is singing in church. If that’s the case, and let’s be honest here, some of people around us, their singing could hardly be called worship. It either sounds like a remote controlled airplane or an air raid siren. Continue reading
Churches use the word “worship” in a bunch of different ways which can get confusing. Heck, I get confused just telling the difference between the communion tray and the offering tray. And let me tell you, a twenty dollar tastes just as bad as you might think. Continue reading
We all are trying to worship God but we end up worshipping other things all the time. But like a lot of things in life, things just naturally happen and we don’t necessarily realize what we’re doing is wrong. Like spreading the flu or having body odor, or listening to smooth jazz. Continue reading
It’s really easy to get lost in politics. How often do we demonize people of the opposing party? Democrats want to kill babies. Republicans want to kill the poor. The Americans on the other side of the aisle aren’t really even our enemies — that would be Iran, North Korea, and that stupid McAfee Antivirus software that comes with most Windows computers. Continue reading
What does it mean when the Bible says, “if you have faith as small as a mustard seed… Nothing will be impossible for you,” (Matt 17:20)? So if I have the faith larger than the size of a mustard seed that I would become a cyborg – it would come to pass, right? But unfortunately it hasn’t. Continue reading
Some things are so hidden that you only find out about them when you are looking at something else. Like eating a cheeseburger to find out you don’t like pickles, or watching TV and finding you don’t like car insurance commercials, or watching Jersey Shore and finding out you no longer want to live.