The scripture below is an excerpt from a letter that was written by the apostle Paul to the church in Philippi. He talks about being content in the midst of bad situations. In fact, a lot of the letters he wrote were written from a jail cell. My friends, let us consider what was transpiring. […]... Continue Reading →
If you are looking for encouragement in some dark times, I invite you to read the blog below. The words in this post work to show us that some of the most profound Scripture was written during dark and trying times. May the LORD bless you!
The scripture below is an excerpt from a letter that was written by the apostle Paul to the church in Philippi. He talks about being content in the midst of bad situations. In fact, a lot of the letters he wrote were written from a jail cell. My friends, let us consider what was transpiring. From within an extremely negative environment, was being produced some of the most positive and significant writings known to mankind. This is an excellent example of good in a bad situation.
It’s not easy to find the good in a bad situation.What we must remember is, that things could always be worse. It’s in those moments of adversity, that we find out how closely we walk with and rely on God.
Sometimes God will allow these situations to occur to point us back to Him, or even show us a life lesson we would have…
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From my earliest memory Psalm 23 has been associated with death. It was the favorite passage of pastors for every funeral I had been to. In my mind, in my subconscious this connected it with death. I could not see the life that it actually represents. Less than a year ago God decided He would... Continue Reading →