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Brighter Skies Ahead - #6089
Paul says, "we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal." Temporary. This too shall pass. And the day on the other side of this night is going to be awesome!
Your "No Vacancy" Sign - #5959
Don't make your child, your husband or your wife feel shut out of your life by your invisible but very real "no vacancy" sign. Just always have room for them even if it means sacrifice. People who know they're loved and important and listened to don't have to start looking somewhere else for what you didn't give them - somewhere that could scar their life and break your heart.
Latest news of Digital Outreach Month and Internet Evangelism Day
May is designated as Digital Outreach Month. We hope that this will give churches, Christian groups and individual Jesus-followers the opportunity to explore the growing opportunities. Internet Evangelism Day itself is Sunday May 15.
Target Fixation - #6274
Point the rest of your life toward the people who are in the darkness, outside of Christ. And no matter what the risks, live your life for the Lord and for the lost. You are a pilot on a combat mission. You've got target fixation, and the target is all that matters.
When You Feel Like Giving Up - #6216
Fix the leaks that could sink you, focus on the Lord who brought you this far, and fight for the lives that need for you to finish what you've started. Jesus didn't bring you this far so you could quit. He's counting on you, not to just start this race, but to finish your race as He did for you.
The Problem with Looking at Yourself - #6070
Self-pity, self-centeredness, self-promoting, self-reliance, the harder it gets, the more that self stuff starts to take over, and the more out of control we become. If you've been looking at yourself too much, don't you think it's time to fly to a higher place where you can get your perspective back; to refocus your eyes away from your great load and back to your great Lord?
Focus in the BIble - a Christian perspective
The apostle Paul focuses his life on exactly one thing: Jesus Christ. The entirety of his life is bent around pursuing Christ in everything he does, not dwelling on what he's left behind, but looking ahead to the goal.
The Problem with Looking at Yourself - #5821
Self-pity, self-centeredness, self-promoting, self-reliance - see, the harder it gets, the more that "self" stuff starts to take over and the more out of control we become. If you've been looking at yourself too much, it's time to fly to a higher place where you can get your perspective back, and that means refocusing your eyes away from your great load and back to your great Lord.
Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - No Conquest Without Risk - #4387
It doesn't just apply to reaching the top of a mountain - it pretty much describes everything worth doing in life. No risk, no meaningful conquest - a triumph without glory. Low risk, low return. High risk, high return. It's a principle that defines spiritual greatness - or spiritual mediocrity.