Weakness is deemed by many as the arch-nemesis of happiness. Most of us would go to great lengths to avoid it at all costs. To rightly appropriate the power of weakness is one of the cardinal secrets of a successful Christian life.
Like cereal, there is a window of time when grace for action is being supplied. Let’s learn, as the Body of Christ, to take advantage of that window and not be the Soggy Cereal Man.
The human tongue, untamed and unharnessed, is a dangerous thing and is the leading cause of much of the heartache this world currently endures. But …
As believers we can often focus on the fact that we are doing “right” and, as a result, miss the fact that there is something “more right” that should be done — this is where spiritual recalibration comes in.
The American church seems prone to melting in the day of battle instead of rising up strong and courageous…
Along the Christian journey we are going to encounter weakness in those that are walking beside us down the Narrow Way. How should we respond to this weakness? And — surprise, surprise — we are also going to encounter weakness in ourselves as we follow in the footsteps of Christ.