Recently we have looked at: Sometimes I doubt God – “Bout with doubt” Sometimes I worry – “But what if…” This time I want to look at: “Sometimes I Get Angry” – “Rage Rash”
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Last time we were together we looked at “Doubt” Our frequent “bout with doubt” Today, let’s look at “worry” “But what if…”
Slogan: Deception Infection I don’t watch a lot of television but I do watch on You Tube parts of American Idol I am careful, since it does sound kind of … idolatrous If you were to watch the first few shows of the season — when the judges travel around the country for auditions You […]
Most weeks everyone of us faces a number of demands upon our life Events, relationships, circumstances, and situations that demand our time and attention But, at the same time, there is a personal and private side of life that also needs you to invest some time and effort into it on a regular basis This […]
In this series of teachings / discussions I have targeted a number of every day issues – spiritual and life issues – that we, as believers and disciples of Jesus, tend to encounter on a regular basis Sometimes I Doubt God – Bout With Doubt Sometimes I Worry – But What If… Sometimes I Get […]
Everyone faces a fear or two in their lifetime … One fear that I have faced a number of times over the last 50 years has been fear of failure … looked a little different each time Fear of not being able to live up to my ordination vows Fear of failing to be adequate […]
In the midst of daily life there are many opportunities to doubt God When a baby dies we wonder “So, where is God when we need Him?” With a world-wide epidemic taking thousands of lives a day we wonder. “Is God real?” And “If He is, is He good?” And, “If He is real and […]
From the time he was five, Hudson Taylor was consumed by an intense passion to be a missionary to China. He dedicated every thought and action toward that desire. He learned Mandarin Chinese, studied medicine, corresponded with mission agencies, spent his money in mission training, and above all else, waited for God to send him. […]
I am bothered by a response that you now hear when you say “thank you” to someone Instead of “You’re welcome” we now mostly hear “No problem!” As I checked out with two turkeys yesterday I wanted to scream – “Of course it’s no problem. I am a gentle person, I am not angry, what […]