Posts tagged “Kindness”
In a corona world, love like a local
I made the mistake (again) of checking the news today. The headlines (again) were global. “America may be at its most dangerous point.” “Italy…
A little glimpse of God
It’s easy to see the big ways God works in our lives: the plane that lands safely or a loved one recovering from an…
Jesus, the servant
“If I had all-power, what would I do with it?” Have you ever mused as to what it would be like if God were…
Coronavirus: The marathon you didn’t sign up for
The Corona 5K officially turned into a marathon. I could almost see the finish line of my 14-day, post-Israel self-quarantine when the news dropped….
Are You Slow to Become Angry?
Don’t get angry at your enemies. Instead, don’t forget how God treats you.
Do You Expect Fair Treatment?
Jesus does not give us the right to expect fair treatment in this world. So stop keeping score.
The Love Song of Marriage
How can husbands and wives build up one another?
Ask for the ancient paths
It is the conceit of the young to imagine that their age is the most enlightened in history, that technology has changed everything, that…
The masks of God
Is God working in your life right now? Are you able to sense his presence and see all the ways he’s active in blessing…
Love One Another
Can you find opportunities to put the love of Jesus into practice?
A Fresh Start: For Your Emotions
Our thoughts might be true or false, healthy or destructive, demonic or Holy Spiritual, which means we need to think carefully about our thoughts! The apostle Paul made the same point to his friends in Corinth, urging them to take their thoughts captive and make them obedient to Christ. By that same practice, we put our frantic minds at ease and fix our thoughts on Jesus.
Giving and sharing
By definition, giving is a sacrifice. It is taking something we value and presenting it to someone we value even more, expecting nothing in…