Let us focus on letting go of hatred and finding a way for love to increase.
Even when we get more than what we want (and maybe more than we can handle), God is there with us.
Inner transformation calls for outward transformation – and action.
Unlike Sammy Hagar, I can drive 55.
Ironically, it seems that the areas of my life where I am most confident are often the areas that I also seek praise or positive feedback.
What do you do, then, when you live in a culture that is yours, yet foreign?
It’s easy for me to forget – as the pastor – that I am also a worshipper.
The LORD is the stronghold of my life – of whom shall I be afraid? But fear, we do.
So we went – and we listened – and we watched. And then we went home. I thought that was it. Boy, was I wrong.
Even in the labyrinth where we can’t take a wrong turn, we can still take a wrong step. It doesn’t take us off the path but we might miss the fullness of what God hopes for us.