Sometimes in life we ask the wrong questions. In desiring a true experience with God the question should be, “How do you keep a cracked pot full?”
“The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting. It has been found difficult; and left untried.” This May 12-14, men will not leave the Christian ideal untried, we will challenge each other to live according to it.
I looked at the verses together and saw what Paul’s tweet would have been: “I have learned who gives me strength”.
I had a great time sharing my testimony, some scripture and, leading the men to deeper communication with their sons. I’m glad that my eleven-year-old son Jason was got up early enough to attend. He can attest that the day was a hit, “especially the waterpark afterward!”
Ralph’s Raccoons or his Hurricanes bowling league were both fictional but in Ohio & Kentucky men still get together for faith, fellowship & fun.
The brain is powerful, and after prolonged engagement the brain needs to rest and recharge…In the same way that our phones, our brain’s, and bodies need to be recharged, our souls need power too. How do we power up spiritually?
So while the law may not change the hearts of men, it does change the habits of men. And when you change the habits of men, pretty soon the attitudes and the hearts will be changed.
What does your life say about Jesus? Eyes are always watching…
The race to Jesus requires endurance, wrestling with things in our hearts (means) God is no longer our satisfying portion.