Every breathing moment is a new moment to choose to be loving to others – or not. I do not have to be what I was in the past. I don’t have to be what I was this morning! I can choose to confess and repent — and be loving now. I’m developing habits of love!
One of the better stories I have read in a long time – touring Tewksbury Institute.
It was not so nasty a word
Featured Image: Qureshi, a Muslim convert to Christianity, passed away in 2017 at 34 after a year-long battle with stomach cancer. Reference: Nabeel Qureshi Funeral: Ravi Zacharias Reflects on ‘Abnormal’ Life, Faith of His ‘Son’ The great majority of us humans live plain and mundane, unexciting lives, do we not? (Read Job 7:17-18.) None of […]
Is your “happy” gone? What’s your problem? We all have sin we should be working on. But we do not have to continue in our sin, vile to Jesus. I try to practice admitting I was wrong. We can turn to God in prayer, confess it all, repent of it all….