That we take all tasks, big and small, in hand and do our best.
To have a joyful attitude spreading blessings, peace and rest.
For us to trust and lean on Him to keep us from stumbling.
That we say “sorry” and make wrongs right even when it’s humbling.
To be an example of keeping the faith when circumstances are tough.
Giving a reason for our faith, but knowing when we’ve said enough.
To teach and care for children, helping them understand God’s love.
That we know that people won to Christ is our reward in heaven above.
To know the promise of heaven is sure, mansions we will receive.
To receive pardon for sin and eternal life, it’s for whosoever will believe.
Atheism? Maybe So
As I heard on the radio recently, worry is a form of atheism because it results from us thinking that God is not there to take care of the things that might bother or harm us. Subconsciously we speculate that by worrying we can do a better job of taking care of ourselves than God can.
Faith, however, stands on the promise that “all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose” (Romans 8:28).
One aspect of faith is
accepting that God accepts us
–Pastor Adrian Rogers
I recently heard this profound sentence:People,love people, who love people.
So appreciate, affirm, take time, and go out of your way to show people you love them.