Steadfast In The Lord

August 14, 2012 · Print This Article

As ye have therefore received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk ye in him:Rooted and built up in him, and stablished in the faith, as ye have been taught, abounding therein with thanksgiving.

Often I am faced with questionable decisions, have you? In those times my only fallback is to ask, what would Jesus do? It always solve the indecision. We will never fall short when we obey God leaving all the consequences to Him.…


One Response to “Steadfast In The Lord”

  1. Maffer on October 21st, 2015 4:07 am

    Another great night at our small group. Ruth’s sermon was amanzig and really generated alot of intersting and thoughful discussion. Probably the biggest take home message for me was the thought that wherever we go God is with us, therefore we are always on Holy Ground. That really makes me stop to think about alot of my thoughts and actions. Do they seem Holy? Do I take time to stop’ and include God in my daily life or just when I need him? Alison suggested we find a way to stop during our day and pray or spend time with God. Mine was every time I saw a green traffic light I turned off the radio and talked to God. I must say, it really made a diference in my day. I felt God’s prescence. Try it!!!Another gem I picked up from this week’s group was a suggestion from Linda. She mentioned that Dr. Charles Stanley has an app with his sermons and/or daily devotionals on it. I must admit I really didn’t know who Charles Stanley was, but she seemed very impressed with his work. So, yesterday on my daily walk, I turned off my usual radios staions of choice, ESPN and NPR, and instead downloaded the In Touch app and listened to Dr. Stanley. Wow, what a great way to spend my time. His message was spot on and had application for my daily life. Listening to him combined with the beauty of my surroundings; let’s just say I could feel God speaking to me. If I hadn’t gone to small group that night, I may never have known about this wonderful app. Don’t miss out-join one of our small groups.

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