Immeasurable

“Great is the LORD! He is most worthy of praise! No one can measure His greatness.” No one can measure His greatness. It’s immeasurable. We toss around a lot of words. Awesome. Great. Wonderful. We use these words to describe things, and sometimes in doing so, we diminish the actual meaning of the word. God … Continue reading Immeasurable

A Different Attitude

After the twelve spies surveyed the land, only two came back with a good report. Ten men came back to share their fear of the strong people of the land. When the people were speaking negatively about the situation, Caleb boldly stepped forward. The Bible says that he “silenced the people before Moses.” He exclaimed, … Continue reading A Different Attitude

Colossians Study: Worship Works

[Colossians 3:22-25] "What you think about you care about What you care about you chase" “Servants, do what you’re told by your earthly masters. And don’t just do the minimum that will get you by. Do your best. Work from the heart for your real Master, for God, confident that you’ll get paid in full … Continue reading Colossians Study: Worship Works

Each Man Knew

Organization is often a problem in life—or should I say disorganization is the problem? For a family to function, for a workplace to function, for a ministry or church to function, organization is very important. Along with this is communication. If you look at struggling relationships, struggling marriages and struggling churches, many times one of … Continue reading Each Man Knew

A Great Tragedy

We all have different images that come to mind when we hear the phrase “tragedy.” In Ecclesiastes, Solomon wrote that “a great tragedy” was that people who would “work wisely with knowledge and skill” would end up leaving the fruits of their labor to someone else, “someone who hasn’t worked for it.” Imagine your job. … Continue reading A Great Tragedy