When I published my “I with I hadn’t done that” post several days ago, I got an interesting flip side perspective. . . Continue reading →
So, you think God can’t use you.
You think God can’t use you because ________________?
What’s your excuse? You think God doesn’t want you to be Continue reading →
Talking about reinstating slavery today would probably draw fire from liberals and conservatives alike. You’d have the ACLU and the SCLC and the NAACP and a bunch of other acronyms draggin’ you into court faster than you could say “Swing Low Sweet Chariot.” Continue reading →
This story by Rich Flowers appeared in the Athens, Texas Athens Daily Review on March 20. Despite being a 63-year-old avowed atheist cab driver, the folks in this Henderson County, Texas showed their community, and this atheist, the love of Christ. We all need to serve and love “all” others like these folks did. Continue reading →
Most people could admit to serving up an excuse or two now and again.
What if you offered similar excuses for not going to a championship football game as you did for not going to church? Such as . . .
- They always ask for your money
- The people I sit next to aren’t very friendly
- The seats are too hard and uncomfortable
Truth is, we can usually think up pretty good
excuses for not doing something, especially if we think we’re not qualified.
Moses was just like us. The story, and Moses’ excuses, pick up in Exodus 3. Continue reading →