Do you have a friend who is down on their luck? Who is the first person that comes to mind when posed with that question? Reach out to that individual today. It could be a phone call, an email, a text, an in-person visit (if feasible), or even a letter.
How would you feel if you were in that person’s shoes and a friend loved you like this. Don’t delay. Show the love of Christ to that person today.
Stop everything your are doing and worship Jesus for 5-10 minutes. Find a quiet place where you can do this. Pick out a time of the day when you have free, and don’t say you don’t have any free moments… we all do. We all find time during the day to waste on meaningless activities. Replace one (or more) of those times with 5-10 minutes of worship.
Worship Jesus, thank Him for your blessings, and create a daily habit in the process.
Having trouble with something? Is there a particular problem that you have struggled with for, oh, too long? Is something keeping you up at night? It’s time to ask for wisdom. There is no secret, complicated recipe. It’s as simple as asking your Father in Heaven.
James 1:5: “If any of you lacks wisdom, ask God who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you.
Pray for wisdom in whatever particular situation you are struggling with today. Be confident that the Maker of the Heavens and the Earth will give you the wisdom that you require in dealing with this particular problem. All that is required of you is that you have the faith to step up and ask for wisdom.
This is the gripping and moving story of a baby diagnosed with Trisomy 18, a genetic disorder in which a person has a third copy of material from chromosome 18. “I Am Not a Syndrome – My Name is Simon” by Trisomy mom Sheryl Crosier details the struggle of her son Simon from the early stages of pregnancy to his life here on earth for 88 1/2 days… read on about Simon.