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I am assuming that YOU already know how awesome Christian music can be, right? That's why most people tell us they listen to SOS Radio.
Looks like a lot of other people are finally figuring out what you have known for awhile now. None other than Time Magazine couldn't help but notice the power of Godly music this week!
King Solomon says, "To everything there is a season. There is an appointed time for everything. And there is a time for every event under heaven."
It breaks my heart to hear about all the U.S. Embassy attacks this week. A man said he planted bombs on the University of Texas campus too.
As an Adoptive Parent I'm always looking for ways to better connect with my kids. I came across this blog
"Diary of a Not-So-Angry Asian Adoptee". Christina has a great perspective on what it's like to be a child that's adopted. Here is her list of 10 things adoptive parents should know..
For those times when life "pushes back" at you, I thought I'd share a few things I have found helpful during my devotion times this week. This is a completely random list of positive thoughts, quotes, and verses.
"ALL THINGS work together for our good! " (Romans 8:28)
“There are accidental parents, but there are no accidental children. Your parents may not have planned you, but God did.” (Rick Warren)
"I keep my eyes always on the Lord. With him at my right hand, I will not be shaken." (Psalm 16:8)
In Lysa Terkheurst’s new book, Unglued she says there are four kinds of reaction types:
- Exploders that Blame Others
- Exploders that Shame Themselves
- Stuffers that Build Barriers
- Stuffers that Collect Retaliation Rocks
I’m wondering which of those resonates with you most?
Here's a quick assessment she developed to you can identify how you react. You might not even realize it from the inside! Share your findings below!
Living by conviction is centering our life on God’s Word. That’s the bar that God set for us. It's supposed to challenge us to live by a higher standard! If you listen to my show on a regular basis, I hope you hear the challenge that I've been throwing your way: Make God's Word your moral foundation if you want a break through.
The Bible might make us uncomfortable sometimes, but it was written to bring out the best in us!
I've been reading a lot about John The Baptist & the prophet Isaiah. They both spent a lot of time challenging people around them to repent and come back to a relationship with God. Repentance is a word that some people may falsely align with judgment, but it's really about freedom.