Jan 17, 2015 - The Love of God    4 Comments


Is God looking into your life? The answer to this question is emphatically, yes! God is looking into the lives of every single one of us … everyday. God sees who we were, who we are and what we will become. In other words, He’s interested in our past, present and future. The Bible is rich with stories of people’s lives; defining their state before they knew God, their state after having an encounter with God and most importantly, their future state to come.


For some of you who have not read the Biblical account of Job, it is a must read! The Book of Job begins at a place in Job’s life where he is already walking with God. There is not an account given in the Bible of Job’s life from the beginning. But we know all people have an encounter with God and a choice to make about following Him. We know that Job must have made the choice to follow God because God describes Job as blameless and upright. Read more »

Jan 7, 2015 - The Love of God    5 Comments


About this time last year, I wrote on the topic of making New Year’s resolutions and why we tend not to keep them. This year, I meditated on what a new year means to me, it dawned on me that New Year’s is a time for new beginnings. It’s a time to refresh yourself for the upcoming new year. To use a computer term, it’s a reboot.

Right around New Year’s, we had some friends over and I was sharing with my wife and our friend how this year I want anticipate receiving blessings from The Lord. I asked them what they were hoping for in the new year. My wife, Amy, shared that she would like more quality time with the family. Our friend shared that she wanted to be more connected to family and friends. I then added that I wanted to enjoy life more. I find it interesting that these blessings we all anticipated dealt with life and relationships – not possessions.

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