Happiness Tip [Believe God is Working All Things For Good]

“And we know that God works all things together for the good of those who love Him, who are called according to His purpose.” Romans 8:28

Happiness Tip #2: Believe that God works all things together for good

Heartache and tragedy are all around us. Just this week our hearts broke as we watched on the news images of Notre Dame Cathedral in flames. In moments of pain, we definitely need time to mourn. Grieving is healthy, and allows time to process our pain. One of the greatest truths to cling to during difficult moments is found in the Bible, in Romans 8:28: Continue reading “Happiness Tip [Believe God is Working All Things For Good]”

PEACE IN POLITICS, IS IT POSSIBLE?

Peace in Politics, is it possible?

Peace in politics, is it really possible?

Imagine a world where every driver held to their own rules for the road. Or where each road had a different set of rules for drivers. There would be chaos, heartbreak, and lots of accidents. In my opinion, this is why our country is in chaos politically. Even our Constitution and Bill of Rights cannot prevent this, because even if we dissected every word, trying to come to some sort of universal definition and agreement about each word, we would still have our different views (rules for our road). For example: we can’t even agree on the definition of “life” as shown by our thoughts on abortion. The Constitution and Bill of Rights themselves allow for diversity in thought.  Continue reading “PEACE IN POLITICS, IS IT POSSIBLE?”

Look to Jesus [Quote of the day]

Corrie ten Boom quote

“Look around and be distressed, look within and be depressed,  look to Jesus and be at rest.” ~ Corrie ten Boom

United in thought and prayer for the families of the victims in the Las Vegas shooting.

To the brave men and women who intervened to help those in need—thank you! Because of people like you, we are once again reminded that we live in a great nation filled with amazing, courageous, faith-filled people. God bless you as you help, and continue to help those in need.

Excerpt from an article by Dan Stefano describing the acts of heroism in the immediate aftermath (interview with NBC):

“It was everywhere. Thank God it was a country concert. You saw a lot of ex-military jumping into gear. I saw guys plugging bullet holes with their fingers. I saw police officers, while everyone else was crouching, police officers standing up as targets, just trying to direct people to tell them where to go. The amount of bravery I saw, words can’t describe what it was like.”

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