There are quite a few passages in the Scriptures that provide clear, practical instructions on what the duty of God’s children is. Among them is Micah 6:8. Not only are we directed to love kindness even when kindness is hard, but we are also told to walk humbly with God. I like how one dictionary defines humbly as “unpretentious” or “not attempting to impress others with an appearance of greater importance, talent, or culture than is actually possessed”.
Well, today is Thursday once again, and I know it has been a very hard week or two for some of my family and friends. A lot is going on right now, and it is not always easy to process. It is easy to feel overwhelmed. Right now, there are so many people hurting. They need a kind word, a gentle hug, a listening ear. They need to know that they are loved, that they are important and matter. You might even be one of them.
Waiting is one of life’s most difficult challenges. Impatience is a common thread in the history of humanity, and in today’s fast-paced society addicted to instant gratification, waiting even just a little bit has become agonizing.
Happiness. Some believe that happiness is merely an emotion, a feeling, that can be easily influenced by outside factors. What if it can be a conscious state of being instead? What if we could nurture a happy, joyful, contented mindset? Sure, there are times when we cannot help but be swayed by the things that
Awhile ago, Bradley found an 1923 edition of “A Book of Worship: For Use at Table On Every Day of the Year” by Wade Crawford Barclay at a Goodwill or Savers. As you already know, I absolutely love collecting old books, and it is even better when the book is on a subject that interests