Sunday’s Monday I can’t help but wonder when we humans became so confused over God’s word. Over the century’s we humans have softened God’s biblical instructions to the point that our fear of God is virtually extinct. We have reduced God’s blessings to expectation “for” simply being a Christian and given the gospel of Jesus that good old boy concept. The talk of hell, fire and brimstone are seldom heard, as well, not much attention is being placed on, our every action having
Sunday’s Monday Where do I fit in? A note to the reader: Please, know that the I, me, we, you, they, them etc. are used to convey the insights with-in this writing. As you read this or any other learning information, it should always be in the first party tense to gain a sense of personal ownership. When I write these spiritual devotions I use the first party tense (a lot) because I am writing on my discoveries or revelations and pray that you will personalize these as yours.
Sunday’s Monday I was reminded of something this week that I often talk with God about and have tried my best to avoid during my walk with Him. I was in a discussion group and we were basically speaking on what we would say to the next generation to help them with their life. It was great and I loved hearing the different answers. However later in the week God started arousing my concern about how to speak to the youth and loss of this day, in a pointed yet simple effective m
Sunday’s Monday Hallelujah! Praise God! This has been a week of spiritual fire for me and I am so thankful to be a part of God’s work here on planet earth. God has given me the privilege of meeting new people, doing new things and having my socks blessed off this week. I praise Him for teaching me to be positive so that I may be a light in someone’s dark despair today. Afterall, that is what Jesus did throughout His life, He shown brightly that others might see! First things