Our little trifles are natural, worldly, temporal responsibilities, whereas our big trusts are spiritual and heavenly in nature and of eternal duration.
We use numbers to try to make ourselves look important so we can admire our religious self-image - and draw others to bow at our holy shrine!
I want to announce publicly today that I am pro life and pro choice. Yes, that's right. You're eyes aren't deceiving you. I'm for the inviolable sanctity of life and I'm also for full freedom of choice.
In its essence, Christianity is a supernatural flow of divinely empowered life, a river of the Spirit - a flowing in Jesus. How do we get there?
The church today has two halves, evangelical and Charismatic/Pentecostal, with one emphasizing doctrine and the other spiritual gifts and power.
As long as Pagans fulfilled these ritualistic obligations, all was well. It didn't matter how they were living at home, on their jobs, or in public life.
A Christian women's counselor recently asked me to review her article on the Jezebel spirit. I read her work, but couldn't agree. Why?
We read again and again, they "built," "built," and "built"; or they "repaired," "repaired," and "repaired."
No one! No person, however brilliant, well read, excellently educated, kind-hearted, devoted to Christ, and zealous to serve Him well has within himself (or herself) all the character assets needed to render leadership or guidance decisions that are perfect for God's people.
Joseph was faithful in his fellowship with God and service to Him in a day of small things - very small!