What’s true about you is what God says about you. Created by God on purpose for a purpose! My identity is in Jesus Christ! How about yours?Lucas Black
This post is a little different, a little fun, and hopefully at least a little bit helpful. I’m going to share with you a few of my most favorite purchases this year. You may decide you want or need some of these items, too, or perhaps you’re still frantically looking for that perfect gift for someone on your Christmas gift list. If you have Amazon Prime, you still have time to order gifts and get them in time for Christmas!
Whether you’re looking for meaning in your work or trying to figure out what your life’s work should be, The Art of Work by Jeff Goins is the most honest treatise I’ve read on the subject. Contrary to conventional wisdom, Goins argues that passion is not enough. It is when our passion and interests intersect with others’ needs that we find our larger purpose and life work.
In The Art of Work, Jeff Goins writes about his own personal journey as well as others’. He shows through one story after another how finding work that matters is a lifelong journey that involves learning from others, building bridges, and making pivots when necessary
It doesn’t matter what stage of life you’re currently in, this book will provide many insights into your own life journey, affirming your past and giving direction for the future.
My relatively new practice of meditating on God’s promises when I can’t sleep led me the other night to wonder what all the Bible has to say about God’s love for us. The only verse I could recall in my half-awake state was John 3:16, but I knew there were many more.
The next morning, I went to Biblegateway.com and typed “love” into their search engine. The following are the many verses I found that describe God’s love for us. My prayer is that as you read through them you will see God’s heart and the amazing love He has for you, His beloved.
My inner peace is often threatened. About the time I think I have a handle on one situation in my life, another pops up to challenge my peace and joy. I often feel like I’m playing whack-a-mole with all those anxious thoughts.