Yay, the weekend started. Monday is a Labor Day, a day off from work for me. The average person will spend approximately 150,000 hours at work in their lifetime – that is to say, about 40% of our waking lives are spent at work. ‘Is God interested in our work? Many people do not seeContinue reading “Work & Weekend”
A busy father was looking for a way to entertain his young daughter. He found a map of the world in a magazine and cut it into pieces. He gave the pieces to his child and suggested she try to piece the map back together. After a very short time, she said she had finished.Continue reading “Strong Families – A Devotional Thought”
If you think you’re too small to make a difference, you haven’t spent the night with a mosquito.
How to Worship God In his book, The Vision and The Vow, Pete Greig tells of how a distinguished art critic was studying an exquisite painting by the Italian Renaissance master Filippino Lippi. He stood in London’s National Gallery gazing at the fifteenth-century depiction of Mary holding the infant Jesus on her lap, with saints DominicContinue reading “The Right Perspective”
The bigger the size, the harder it is to miss!
John Newton mentored a man called William Cowper (1731–1800). Cowper had experienced tragedy. His mother died when he was six. His father died while he was still young. He qualified as a barrister. Outwardly he was successful. However, he suffered from serious depression. When applying for an administrative post in the House of Lords thatContinue reading “When You Don’t Understand God – A Deviotional Thought”
Your Trial Will Become Your Triumph ‘Houston, we’ve had a problem,’ were the words of Jim Lovell on the evening of 13 April 1970. Nearly fifty-six hours into the mission to the moon, an explosion aboard the spacecraft plunged the crew into a fight for their survival. Within less than a minute there was aContinue reading “Trials. How Useful Are They?”
No Shades of Grey Back in the 1960s, the band The Monkees sang about how no one seemed to believe in absolute morals anymore. In Shades of Gray they sang: When the world and I were young,Just yesterday.Life was such a simple game…It was easy then to tell right from wrong…Today there is no black or white,Only shadesContinue reading “Black, White or Grey?”
Troubles Do Not Have the Last Word George Matheson was born in Glasgow, the eldest of eight children. He had only partial vision as a boy. By the age of twenty he was completely blind. When his fiancée learnt he was going blind and that there was nothing the doctors could do, she told himContinue reading “A Hymn’s Story”
Disclaimer: I am merely someone with some life experience (now including some anxiety and depression) and have NO medical or psychological degree. A professional, such as a doctor, should be consulted if anyone has symptoms like anxiety and depression to a noticeable, serious degree. I do believe there is a spiritual component to these healthContinue reading “Anxiety & Depression Linked to Abuse”