Do you occasionally find yourself worshipping at the altar of hurriedness? Hurriedness is not a badge of good parenting, but a confession of an out of control calendar. An out of control calendar can lead to an out of control child. Perhaps you declare one day a week technology free. Use this time to act out Bible stories and play board games. Take a walk after dinner and pray for a friend who needs Jesus. Enjoy at least one meal a day with everyone together. #wisdomhunters #parenting
Companionship With Christ: “Following Jesus is much more than just an obedient servant following his master. It is also a rewarding companionship that with time, grows into intimate friendship. The infinite relational scope of our Lord is able to both lead us and walk with us. He doesn’t just tell us what to do. He shows us what to do. Yes, we are needy children of our heavenly Father.."
Denying Denial: “Denial keeps us from properly preparing for real life issues. Better to embrace reality early and escape denial’s detrimental affect. Ask those who love you most how you may be living in denial. Above all else, make sure you don’t deny the existence of God. His son Jesus died and rose from the grave to forgive your sins, giving you eternal life with the Lord…" Read More: http://www.wisdomhunters.com/2014/07/denying-denial/
A Beautiful Mind “Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things” (Philippians 4:8). Good thoughts facilitate faith, and God thoughts bring about a beautiful mind...”
Heart Knowledge “Don’t fight the hang-ups in your head—instead surrender your heart to Jesus. The enemy will always find an excuse for your mind to excuse eternal life in heaven. Do not dismiss childlike faith in Jesus for this is the entrance into His Kingdom. We are first born again with infant faith then we mature by grace and the meat of God’s word. Have you made this initial move of heart-felt faith?"