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When was the last time you thought about how sin affects your personal worldview? I've been reading a book by Craig Groeschel called: Soul Detox. It's been challenging me to think about the things I watch on TV and at the movies. It's challenging me to think about how to train my kids to have a Christian worldview.
Oswold Chambers said: "Sin is more than moral irregularity. It is a disposition to follow one's own way rather than God's way."
I'd love to hear your take on it.
Almost exactly two years ago, like down to the day, my family moved from SOS Radio to a group of stations based in Colorado. It was the "career opportunity of a lifetime." We never expected to leave Vegas/SOS Radio after not even being here two years, but this other thing was the kind of job that was hard to turn down.
And they treated me great. Had a lot of fun there. Watched God do some amazing things through some amazing people.
I had a chance to be part of this back in January. Wow.
I love this!
"Don't not throw away your confidence for it will be richly rewarded. You need to persevere so that when you have done the will of God you will receive what he has promised." -Hebrews 10:36
God is working in your life even when you don't feel it!
Like Paul Says in Galatians- "Let's not get tired of doing what is good. At just the RIGHT TIME we will reap a harvest of blessing... if we don't give up!"
There’s a whole lot more than feelings at work here! It's the life changing power of Jesus Christ. He rose from the dead & that's the same power that can change your life.
Wow! Grab the tissues. As we celebrate Memorial Day Weekend, let's remember the real reason for the holiday... The men and women who have given their lives defending our freedoms. This video shows the surprise reunion of a family that's been separated while mom and dad have been serving in the Army.
"As a believer, you have the mind of Christ. But that doesn’t mean every thought comes from God. You do realize, don’t you, that along with the Shepherd, the butcher too talks to the sheep. The Shepherd’s voice is easy, reassuring, lifting up of the spirit. The butcher speaks harshly, condemning, death serving as the undertone of everything said. Conniving as he is, the enemy makes his voice sound like your own. He wants you to believe as such. Why? Because thoughts and beliefs become feelings, and feelings cause you to act. Pretty soon, your daily living reflects more of his character than your own. But you don’t realize it. The enemy’s lies are that smooth. One of the aspects of abiding in Christ is simply to judge your thoughts. Those that drive, agitate, and cause worry, you stand firm against and discard. Those that encourage, lift-up, and bring you to rest, you embrace and receive. Only the Shepherd’s thoughts belong in your life."
– David Stephens from Belief Changers.