Sunday’s Monday The One You Feed! Today I’m into a subject which God has had in front of me all week. I first heard it (in a renewing way) early this week during a text conversation with the Brother Night Leadership Team. I have heard this phrase in conferences, teachings, preaching many times over but not with such enlightenment as this day. I know it’s meant to be the subject of this week as God’s kept it in-front of me in conversations, meetings and even in TV Commercials.
Sunday’s Monday This subject has been a long time coming for me “waiting on God’s OK” to write about it. You see I’m kind of sensitive to this gross contempt that people have formed for each other. Being a member of the Baby Boomer’s Generation, we seem to have a more hospitable outlook towards fellow humans than say the Generation X, Millennial or Centennial Generations. As a southern Baby Boomer, I’ve watched us virtually eradicate the human civility once known to the world
Sunday’s Monday Basic Training It seems most of the media advertisements today have to do with or at least insinuate we need to get back to basic of whatever the situation is. Then they proceed to explain how you can accomplish this feat with minimal cost or effort. Usually within the small print, you find all results are based on additional factors, such as exercise, diet, expensive complicated equipment or specific confusing instruction, and many more I’m sure. It turns out
Sunday’s Monday Do you Hear What I Hear? As we exit the Christmas season and enter the New Year it’s important to remember those feelings of good will and love that we experienced. We seem all to quickly to settle back into the rush, clamber and confusion of life, where so many material things absorb our thoughts and steal our time. Life soon turns to longing for those good old days, of which we glimpsed over the holidays. Yet, we do not terry long in this thinking as Satan h