So you want to experience victory? The reality is that you already have the victory in Christ, the problem is you don’t believe it…it’s just not real for you. Therein lies the problem. This short podcast episode attempts to share what was and continues to be a key point in my walk with the Lord. I hope it makes at least a little bit of sense! Let me know!
Many of you like me have kids and perhaps even the challenge of teenagers but if not, this podcast will still apply to you especially if you find yourself having to wait on others. So often we are in such a hurry and believe others need to get moving or get out of the way. Why? Cause you have places to go and people to see (of course, sometimes you’re even in a hurry when at those places or with those people!). So what is patience? As a believer, you have an incredible resource when it comes to patience. Take about 8 minutes on this podcast and let me know your thourghts. Thanks for listening!
I thought I would change things up a bit. I asked some “random” people while hanging around at my church, “what does walking in love look like?” Now, before you ask, walking in love is not a performance; it is not something we do to earn points with God. Walking in love is an outpouring of the love of Christ within us, but what does that look like? Well, listen for the next 4 minutes to see how a few folks describe it.
When you work with people as long as I have you will come across this issue of anxiety…it is very real. Anxiety can strike in almost every stage of life. I can not hope to provide a complete answer in my 9 minutes or so of rambling BUT I hope to give you a few ideas that can help you take a step forward in dealing with such a debiliatating life struggle. Let me know what you think.
It is good to plan…seriously! For some of us, planning and organizing is in our DNA; for others, it is a simply a good thing to do if you have time. There are those who may believe planning is a waste of time because God should not be subject to our plan. Well, God is not subject to anything, much less our plans but I think He directs our thinking and planning efforts as we trust Him. Planning is not “anti-grace” by any means; we may get into trouble, however, when we work our plan instead of walk by the Spirit as God directs our steps.