In the paper this morning there was a story concerning someone giving something to someone else. It was a beautiful story but I noticed that the headline included this: That is what Christmas is all about.
Each district school board shall adopt rules to require, in all the schools of the district and in each building used by the district school board, the display of the state motto, ‘In God We Trust
The first thing you need to do in any job you take is to work as unto the Lord. Everything follows from that.
Perhaps you don’t consider evangelism important, but Jesus did. He came not only to die for our sins, to take our place, but to give us an example. God’s people are like sheep in need of a shepherd. That is why He gave us pastors and evangelists.
Speaking as a Christian author these verses speak volumes to me. Since I believe God called and enabled me to write I feel it is important that my writings reflect His will, plans, and strength.
Known as the “Penman of the Revolution” because of his twelve letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania, Dickinson was very involved with the revolution and the establishment of a new nation.
The pride of men is such that they see all the handiwork of God, but refuse to believe that it was created by God. That view has pervaded our schools, government, and some churches. But the truth is that God is the Creator!
I have been a Christian for over 44 years and have been serving Him almost from the beginning. Over the years my service has changed, but I have learned that wherever God puts me He is faithful and always equips me to do the job.
Whatever is going on in our life, including our secrets, is open to God. His Word reveals our deepest secrets and needs to us!
This statesman was firmly rooted in the Christian faith and played an integral role in the founding and early history of our nation.