I saw this on a friends timeline. A good perspective on choosing a "career": "Choose that employment or calling in which you may be the most serviceable to God. Choose not that in which you may be most rich or honorable in the world; but that in which you may do the most good, and … Continue reading How to pick a job?
“There are many lessons we can learn from the life of Solomon. First, when we seek God with all of our heart, He will be found (1 Kings 3:3–7). Second, those who honor God will be honored by Him (1 Kings 3:11–13; 1 Samuel 2:30). Third, God will equip us to accomplish the tasks He … Continue reading What Can We Learn from Solomon?
Of all the resources the Lord has given you: giftings, talents, abilities, relationships, time, etc... money is actually the least important. Jesus didn't have much money on this earth; nor did Paul or the Apostles but they were used by the Lord to change the world! Money isn’t your limitation.
"I think a lot of well-intended preachers adopt a Snuggie Theology when they find themselves in churches of a few hundred people and discover an incredible pressure to grow. The attendance isn't what was hoped for, and the offerings are down. Before they know it has happened they gauge success not by their faithfulness to … Continue reading Snuggie Theology
The Lord must be the one that builds a ministry in numbers and that sustains the people involved. Except the LORD build the house, they labour in vain that build it: except the LORD keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain. Psalms 127:1 (KJV) All Christians must remember that the Lord must be … Continue reading The Lord Must Be the One