Sunday’s Monday Having a 30-year history of alcoholism 25 years ago, my mind automatically rushes to the absence of alcohol when I hear the phrase get sober. This is probably true for many people and seemingly verified by dictionary.com, which describes sober as 1 not intoxicated or drunk: 2 habitually temperate, especially in the use of liquor: 3 quiet or sedate in demeanor, as persons: 4 marked by seriousness, gravity, solemnity, etc., as of demeanor, speech, etc.: 5 a sobe
Sunday’s Monday Do we really believe in God and Satan, heaven, and hell, good and evil, or right and wrong? Do we actually believe lies hurt, or there is freedom in truth, or the world could be a better place if people changed? Do you continually struggle with questions that seem to have no answers, yet you can’t get them off your mind or do you experience feelings of dread for absolutely no reason? Are you going to bed at night with never-ending worry or waking every morning
OUR FEAR OF FEAR!
Sunday’s Monday God gave me this thought during a lunch meeting I recently had with a brother in Christ. Which by the way I suggest you do as often as possible as we desperately need these iron sharpening iron moments to experience a recharge of our soul. One of the most overwhelming shared emotions inside each of us is fear and it doesn’t seem to be the fear of life and death, as it better fits the category of dread. This feeling is most commonly associated with change and t
Sunday’s Monday Many of us fail to realize the privilege and responsibility we have in making choices. Neither do a lot of people when it comes to the age of accountability, but that’s another story with its own merits. Choices like bombs come in a variety of sizes, each filled with its own enticements, and are developed to explode individually to accomplish a different task. Yet millions of people never seriously consider their choices to be that important, much less life-ch