Last week, I wrote an article detailing the Top 25 Blog Posts on this site. My goal is to share what the majority of my visitors are reading. What do the articles have in common? The articles largely dealt with overcoming fear and anxiety. I trust these articles were of value. Of course, I am planning to write more such blog posts.
For me, it is not enough to say, “Jesus is the answer!” Why? It has the ring of cliche and it offers little substance for those who are seeking. Let’s do more than quote the Word of God. Let’s sare the truth of Scripture. There is a difference.
In the past, I have heard of people going over the Niagara Falls in barrels. According to “The Daredevils of Niagara Falls”, there have been many brave men and women who have made such an attempt. It really takes faith to do such a dangerous stunt. Yet, it is very easy to sit back and admire these brave souls.
What would you do, if you were asked to join them? Would you step out in faith and discover God’s faithfulness? Would you prefer to join the crowd of spectators? I’d encourage you to read an interesting take on walking in faith and how it’s related to Charles Blondin.
Do you struggle with worshipping in a contemporary church setting? If you don’t know the song, it can be a challenge to go with the flow. You’re just hoping that no one notices you. It’s how I operated when I attended Pentecostal churches, twenty years ago. Contemporary music is especially challenging; especially if you don’t know the song.
If this is you then I’d like to offer some suggestions to help you. Nearly twenty years ago, I was introduced to a fun little tune and it stayed with me. The song is called “I Don’t Know What You Came To Do.” How can this old gospel song help? The song has a catchy tune and a subtle message that I will unpack for you.
Is daily Bible reading a chore, for you? Is it something that you HAVE to do? What if, I talk with you about enjoying God’s Word? How does this relate to disciplining oneself to read your Bible? Please read and find out.
A couple of years ago, I was talking with someone about my blog site. He is a brother in Christ and I thought the guy would appreciate the stories on my blog site. He politely declined. As a blogger, I am very interested in what my readers want to read. …