Archive for February, 2010
Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins. 1 Peter 4:8 (NIV)
Valentines Day has now come and gone, and when we think Valentines Day we think about all the love and romance in the air. What do you do, when your loved ones become extremely sick? Do Read More→
What technique do you use when winning lost souls to Christ? What kind of bait are you using?
Gospel music today has been revolutionized in the attempt to appeal to the crowd who needs to hear an encouraging word. I think this is amazing! Think about it… if gospel artists made songs that still sound like “Oh Happy Day” then would we only be appealing to those who are already won to Christ? Read More→Share
This video gives a very short interlude into how we develop a repetition of just reciting scriptures and not taking it to heart. If you have not viewed the presentation, press play to begin viewing it.
Philippians 4:13, states “I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me.” This scripture has almost become a common place scripture. When we think of the many times we recite that scripture do we really believe we can do all things? Read More→Share
Are you haunted by your past mistakes? Many times we find ourselves at fault, dwelling on the mistakes of our past.
It’s imperative that you realize that your past mistakes aren’t just stumbling blocks to keep you from reaching the finish-line. The best kind of lesson that you can learn in life comes from making mistakes. The lessons we learn when making mistakes are two fold:
1) We experience the first hand repercussions of making mistakes. Read More→Share
Now days we hear so many people using the term, “Keeping It Real.” When it comes to the explanation of keeping it real, society paints the picture in our mind that there is only one way to keep it real.
Personally, I believe that keeping it real is relative. In other words, one person’s reality may be totally different than another person’s reality. Whereas one person Read More→Share
It can be a hard thing to put action to something when we don’t have the inspiration to do it. I’ve heard many stories of people who want to learn how to do something, but they don’t have the inspiration to do it.
For instance, lets say you want to learn how to play the guitar, and you really want to get good at it but it Read More→Share
Life is like a game of chess. Many times the enemy will attack us harder when we are making strides that are detrimental to the enemy’s camp. In other words, when the enemy sees us making a move that will take us to a new dimension in our life, he will attack us where it matters most, our minds. Read More→Share
Perhaps you’ve been hit by the downfall of the recession. Maybe you’re out of a job or perhaps you’ve had the unfortunate experience of having your home foreclosed on. You may be tempted to get down in despair but I want to encourage you that God has your best interest at heart. He knows how much we can bear and He won’t let us down.
Life is full of ups and downs; it’s not easy, no one said it would be. However, remember when you’re facing a terrible storm in your life, that’s an indication that the Read More→Share
Michael Jackson said it best when he said, “If you wanna make the world a better place, take a look at yourself, and then make a change.” This may be the catch phrase to one of the greatest songs of all time but the ultimate message is simple: We can change the world but it starts by looking inside of ourselves. Here are five ways that we can change the world:
1) Start With The Man In The Mirror. – If every person in the world stopped judging everyone Read More→Share
The worst thing we can do when faced with adversity is run from the church. Don’t run and hide when faced with adversity, instead find a support group, talk to your local pastor or minister. Wait patiently on the Lord and be of Good courage, He will come through for you right on time. He knows exactly Read More→Share