Following the example of Paul, Christians are called to share the Gospel and their lives with others.
How our glorious gospel grants us the resources to share it with others.
Let’s say you love coffee (or tea, or cocoa, or whatever … just go with me here) and I happen to sell the best coffee around. For $5, I will sell you one large (venti??) cup of coffee.
But, let’s say that you find the same coffee for $3 somewhere else, and their coffee is fresher and richer. Where would you go?
To the other shop, right?
I don’t blame you. This is a vendor relationship. You are loyal to me until you can get a better product for a better price somewhere else. This works great to encourage competition in a free economy, but it is terrible for relationships. Continue reading “THE SECRET OF LOVE”
Parched, Part 1
I woke up from a groggy sleep a few nights ago. After a few several seconds of blinking, the alarm clock across the room was finally visible.
As I readjusted to go back to sleep, my tongue slid across the top of my mouth and the sound of sandpaper reverberated in my head. Continue reading “WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR SOUL FEELS PARCHED”