Going To Be

Going To Be

Kingdom Living
This old adage, “Red sky in morning, sailor take warning, red sky at night, sailor’s delight,” is a tale as old as time.  Jesus, Himself, referred to this when the keepers of the law asked for a sign from Heaven.  Look at His full response. He told them, “You have a saying that goes, ‘Red sky at night, sailor’s delight; red sky at morning, sailors take warning.’ You find it easy enough to forecast the weather – why can’t you read the signs of the times? Matthew 16:1-3 MSG Image by Bessi from Pixabay At first glance this looks like an odd comparison supporting the claims of many that Jesus spoke in impossible parables.  Take a moment to look for the common thread between weather and the signs of the…
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2 > 10 = Kingdom Math

2 > 10 = Kingdom Math

Kingdom Living
These days many people are asking, “How has your life changed since COVID-19?”  As a warrior hearted leader I listen to the variety of responses and another question comes to mind.  “How were you living before?”  For example; If your life was prone to giving way to fear, panic, and anxiety, how has this current pandemic changed how you live?  On the flip-side, if you chose to stand firm on the promises of God, trusting in His power to work all things together for good, what does the ground you stand on look like now? This is an exciting time to be alive as world history is not only unfolding right before our eyes, but we are more than witnesses, we are writers.  What story will you pass down to…
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How Then Shall We Respond?

How Then Shall We Respond?

Kingdom Living
Information these days travel at the speed of light.  Thirty years ago, adults woke up to the morning paper on the doorstep and then gathered in front of the television for the 6:00 nightly news.  Current events and concerns traveled by “Word-of Mouth”, which was said to spread as fast as a wildfire. The world seemed to move at a slower pace in those days as compared to today.  We may have known less about world events at any given moment, but we knew more about those in our neighborhoods.  We had more time to think about what was being said before the next news publication and broadcasts were available.  We had time to consider the impact of the information the media was presenting and how we would live our…
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