I know this is a scary time for many people, but there is always hope. For those of you that can’t go into work, make use of this time at home to contemplate your relationship with God. Common Sense is a powerful tool; use it. Jesus never advocated testing God. You wouldn’t stand in front … Continue reading Have no Fear; God is with you.
The holiday season is upon us, and it is truly a time for Comfort and Joy. Last Wednesday in church, we sang a hymn that started with "Like as a mother, God comforteth His children:" and I thought that would be a good subject for a blog. Comfort. It is something that we all need. … Continue reading God Comforts his Children
When I woke up this morning, I was not in the right place, mentally, that is. 🙂 I wondered for a minute what was going on, as morning is usually my best time of the day. Then it hit me; I had been so busy lately I had forgotten to turn my music on the … Continue reading Music of the Spheres, the Rhythm of God.
Gamaliel, in Acts 5, reminded me recently too, “Keep away from these men and let them alone; for if this plan or this work is of men, it will come to nothing; but if it is of God, you cannot overthrow it-lest you even be found to fight against God.” That is one powerful statement, … Continue reading When you need advice, listen for God’s voice.
“By purifying human thought, this state of mind permeates with increased harmony all the minutiae of human affairs. It brings with it wonderful foresight, wisdom, and power; it unselfs the mortal purpose, gives steadiness to resolve, and success to endeavor.” Above quote is from Miscellaneous writings 1883-1896 by Mary Baker Eddy, page 204:23-27 I feel … Continue reading I am Safe in His care.
Above said by Jesus in John 20:19, 21, 26 Last night at our Wednesday night meeting at church, the readings were on Peace, and it inspired me to do a blog on Peace. We sang the hymn, “Let there be peace on earth,” and following those words, “and let it begin with me.” That is … Continue reading “Peace be unto you.”
As mentioned in a previous blog, a mist came up between the two creations in the Bible, the spiritual creation in Genesis Chapter1 and the material creation in Genesis Chapter 2. For this blog, I am going to equate that mist to the daily media, all the negative suggestions that bombarded us from the advertisements … Continue reading Affirm the Positive, not the Negative.
This blog includes many quotes, as my pastor, the Bible and Science and Health, with Key to the Scriptures, words things much better than I can. Truth is a word that many of us mull around and try to figure out. I have discovered that as long as I view it on a truth/lie daily … Continue reading God is Truth.
This week’s lesson is good. I love lessons that make me think. It is about Sacrament, which comes from the Latin word sacramentum, referring to the allegiance a Roman soldier swears to his general. The word sacrament is not in the Bible. The sacraments in many Christian Churches are Baptism and the Eucharist. Personally, I … Continue reading “FEED MY SHEEP”
This week I am thinking about God again. God is such an all-consuming subject; it would be impossible to hit on all the aspects of God, even if we talked about Him for a lifetime. I have heard Him spoke about as if there were more than one God, your God, and my God. There … Continue reading “Be still, and know that I am God:”