Where’s the Instruction Manual?

lostmywayHave you ever had the feeling that what you were doing was different from what you knew you were supposed to be doing? It could be anything, from the school you were attending, to the job you went to everyday, or it may even be city you were living in. If you have ever felt the direction of your life was going in a different direction than what you believed God had intended for you, you are not alone.

There are many stories in the Bible about this very thing. All you need to do is search the internet and you will find countless stories of people who found themselves on the wrong path in life. Why is this? Why does this problem seem to be as old as time itself? Could it be that this issue is at the heart of what is wrong with society today? Have we traveled so far down the road called ‘My Way’ that we can’t seem to find our way back to ‘His Way’, so we have given up trying? Read more of this post

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I want a 2nd opinion!

dont think soHow many times have you found yourself saying, “I need to find a second opinion” whenever you hear unpleasant or unwanted news? Why do we visit doctor after doctor looking for an answer that we feel is the correct answer? We will shop our diagnosis in hopes of proving or disproving whatever it is we find hard to accept. Could it be that we have also done this with God? Have we shopped church rites, rituals, and doctrines looking for a church that will tell us what we want to hear, and how we want to hear it, instead of what God wants to say or how He wants it to be said?

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I’m a Christian and other Lies we Tell Ourselves

Nut JobThe common perception of a person calling themselves a Christian in the 1940’s and 50’s, was that of a clean-cut man dressed in a suit and tie, along with his wife in her pretty dress. They would be walking hand in hand with their 2 children who were all dressed up, into church on a Sunday morning. They were considered the honest, trustworthy members of society. Be it right or be it wrong, this concept was the perception, the generally accepted understanding of what a Christian was.

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