Something we all strive for is a feeling of fulfillment. We want to be able to see a checklist (either physically or in our minds) of things that we need to accomplish and we work every day to make that list smaller. Life provides opportunities for advancement and success that everyone wants to be associated with in one capacity or another.
But this checklist we have is our checklist. And that is the problem. Continue reading “Day Five: God made you for a reason.”
Tuesday’s lesson of “God is for you,” and Wednesday’s lesson of “God is always with you,” can be sewn together with today’s theme of “God will always love you.” God is for you and God is always with you because God will always love you. Continue reading “Day Four: God will always love you.”
Many people feel the need to handle their problems themselves and we don’t want to be reliant on others. Maybe that’s why it is so hard for us to trust in God.
You hear that “God is always with you,” so many times growing up that it seems more like a cliché than a crucial truth. Continue reading “Day Three: God is always with you.”
What is something that you love so much that you support it no matter what? I’m sure many of us feel that way about our Baltimore birds. Regardless of how badly the Ravens or the Orioles are playing we don our purple and orange proudly while carrying our Old Bay and calling everyone “hon.”
The amazing thing is, God supports each and every one of us that much (and a whole lot more) in every little thing we do. Continue reading “Day Two: God is for you.”