I hardly ever give any of my time listening to celebrities and their opinions on current events. But I did hear one say, “we are all going through this together.” It occurred to me that while we are all going through the same storm, we are not all in the same boat.
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Have you ever heard someone say, “Well I guess we just have to agree to disagree”? It happens in arguments or any discussion on any topic from large to small. It happens all the time. I have seen it applied in all areas of life, including marriage. How to handle disagreements? Romans has some wisdom for us.
“If possible, so far as it depends on you, live peaceably with all.” (Romans 12:18)
It’s April 16th as I write this article, and it seems like everyone is waiting for the “All Clear” to be given around the COVID-19 virus. We’re streaming shows, zooming virtual groups, ordering groceries, walking around the neighborhoods all waiting. Waiting…Waiting…Waiting!
Like many men in America, I love football season! From August through February, I’m all about watching, yelling, and having my weekend consumed with football. I’m from Miami, Florida. Therefore, it’s natural and has been ingrained in me since I was six. Miami-Dade County has produced some of the greatest football players of all-time.
When our kids become adults, they could look back at this crisis as the best moment of their lives. However, this isn’t going to happen on its own. Fathering requires intentionality and proximity. This virus gives us an opportunity for both.
Discovering your assignment? Today, 43% say they never wonder if they would go to heaven when they die. 51% say a personal invitation from a friend or neighbor from the church would be effective in getting them to visit.
“And I sought for a man among them who should build up the wall and stand in the breach before me for the land, that I should not destroy it, but I found none.” – Ezekiel 22:30