Month: January 2019

Millennials Worship Work

This is the devotional for February 1, 2019 Yes, you read this headline correctly. Here are the bullet points I want to call out from LinkedIn’s post titled “Hustle culture worships workaholism“ Millennials find their own form of worship – work Performative workaholism Apostles of Hustling Rise and Grind Here’s a screenshot I took of …

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A Prudent Person

Here are some random examples of people God called: Noah, Abraham, Jacob, Esther, David, Jeremiah, John the Baptist, Peter, James, John, Paul, Martin Luther, John Calvin, D.L. Moody, Billy Sunday, Billy Graham. In each case, God called a person, not a committee.

If you’re happy

I was thinking “happy” then I asked myself, “Self, do kids get tired
of being told what to do?” There are an awful lot of kids songs that
tell them what to do, think “Hokey Pokey” on roller skates.


We don’t have the power to determine the kind of fruit, the Word (seed) has that power. So, if we let ungodly seeds get planted in us, then those seeds will produce their fruit in our lives.

Just Jesus and His Cross

Christian, we are all created in the image of God; do not participate in this useless “arm wrestling” that tempts even the best follower of Christ to create homegrown scripture to bolster their position.

3 Things God Won’t Do

At whatever time you are reading this, stop for a moment and look around you; if it’s possible, do a 360-degree view. You need to know something. For everything you just saw, there are three things God won’t do.

Bubble Wrsp

Bubble Wrap

The conundrum is how to access the world without letting the world come in and harm us.

Look in a mirror, looking back is a missionary for Jesus.

The Apostel Thomas was living a missionary life being taught by Jesus. We find in John 11:16: Then Thomas…said to the rest of the disciples, “Let us also go, that we may die with him [Jesus].” Thomas was ready for #5 on the missionary’s list.

man waking down narrow street

The Road

Matthew 7:13-14, “Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate, and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and na\rrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.” Pardon my poetry, but I want to use every tool to shine …

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