We have a promise in God’s Word that says our houses will be full of much treasure. I don’t know about you, but that makes me feel a lot better!
We can trust God and not worry about the future. But that doesn’t mean we can just sit around and wait for money to fall on us out of Heaven.
Do you have a plan for your life? Don’t mistake that question for, “Have you mapped out every single day?” What we’re talking about here is the concept of having a plan for what you’re doing and where you want to go?
If you’re like most people, you feel like you can’t get time enough to get ahead of the game. You spend most days just trying to react quick enough to keep your job, your family, and your marriage afloat.
The good news is that there is time and this will help you find it.
Learn how God’s Word instructs us to get a plan for our life.
Have you ever wished someone would tell you that you’re good at your job, or that you’re raising your children right, or even something as simple as the fact that you can overcome the obstacle in your way?
Affirmation is important to us all. We would all like to be constantly affirmed and told how great we are or that we are doing a good job. Continue reading…
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One of the greatest problems in marriage is a lack of vision. Couples have a vision for a wedding, but not for a life. To stay successfully married, you both have to know why you’re here.
Many people put no effort into planning their financial lives. They live month to month and when a crisis hits they say, “It’ll be OK. Everything will work out.” Continue reading…
There’s a saying, “If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will get you there” (Lewis Carol). In other words, if you don’t know your destination, you’ll just drive and drive with no purpose and no destination. You’ll waste a lot of time and fuel going nowhere.
The book of Esther is the story of a young Jewish girl who had so much favor with the king that she was chosen to be his queen. But it wasn’t just a random coincidence that she was selected for that position.
The king didn’t know she was Jewish, but God did. She was divinely appointed to be in that position at that specific time in order to keep the Jewish race from being annihilated. Her uncle, Mordecai told Esther, “Who knows if perhaps you were made queen for just such a time as this?” (Esther 4:14 NLT).
Make your resolutions stick this year, by anticipating the roadblocks, so they won’t stop you.
The definition of resolution is “a firm decision to do or not do something,” and a second definition is, “the action of solving a problem…”
In our effort to change our results in 2016, we will encounter roadblocks that can stop us if we don’t prepare for them by knowing what they are and what God’s Word says about them.
Here’s what they are…
New Year’s resolutions – most all of us make them. We hope to make a change in ourselves or our situation.
Do you know God will help direct you in all of your plans? That means your college plans, marriage plans, family plans, business plans, and even vacation plans.