How we look at things can determine our happiness in life. By that we mean our circumstances can’t dictate our frame of mind, unless we let them. When we find small things we can be thankful for, ...

Let’s plan a celebration. You read that right, a party. Perhaps with balloons and streamers. Or maybe around the barbecue, with steaks and burgers for everyone. We invite our guests to enjoy to ...

We all have things we treasure. Sometimes we label them bric-a-brac, ornaments, knickknacks, trinkets, or tchotchkes. The list goes on. We collect them, put them on display, and don’t mind if ...

Birthdays make us feel good. The party’s all about us. The cake has our name on it, and we don’t have to apologize for claiming all the attention. Performers are the same, except more so. Many ...

There’s the old saying about not being able to see the forest for the trees. Yeah, that’s an old one, but what it really tells us is that sometimes we get too used to the situation, and we miss ...

When a call is placed on our lives, we think of it as a chore, something God expects of us that will take away from what we want to do. What if it’s not that at all? Think of a mother preparing ...

―  Also find us at www.MyChurchNotes.com  ― Things that fall into threes seem to have special significance. How many days was Jonah in the whale? Three. Jesus in the tomb? Three ...

Who is Jesus to us? Some see him as the lightning in the clouds that burns away the deadwood, or as the raging river that washes the tumbled rocks clean. To others he’s a money vault that opens to ...

―  Also find us at www.MyChurchNotes.com  ― Sometimes we feel the need to chill. Find a beach, dig our toes in the sand, and let the day pass us by. Or maybe being a couch ...

―  Also find us at www.MyChurchNotes.com  ― Top athletes get the bragging rights. LeBron James, Cristiano Ronaldo, Michael Jordan, Roger Federer, Usain Bolt, Serena Williams, ...

King David of the Old Testament was a world-class man. He went from a shepherd to a king, reigned for nearly 40 years, and unified Israel. He brought the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem and ...

What do we want? Yes, really want? That’s easy. A bigger house, more money, and a newer car. Oh, and a beach house, or two. Then a vacation every year, and maybe we could do with a chunk of pocket ...

Our world is an amazing creation. At any one point on any one day, we can find blinding snow, sweltering heat, grand forests, and beautiful beaches somewhere on our planet. We can choose to be in ...

How we look at things can determine our happiness in life. By that we mean our circumstances can’t dictate our frame of mind, unless we let them. When we find small things we can be thankful for, ...

Let’s plan a celebration. You read that right, a party. Perhaps with balloons and streamers. Or maybe around the barbecue, with steaks and burgers for everyone. We invite our guests to enjoy to ...

We all have things we treasure. Sometimes we label them bric-a-brac, ornaments, knickknacks, trinkets, or tchotchkes. The list goes on. We collect them, put them on display, and don’t mind if ...

Birthdays make us feel good. The party’s all about us. The cake has our name on it, and we don’t have to apologize for claiming all the attention. Performers are the same, except more so. Many ...

There’s the old saying about not being able to see the forest for the trees. Yeah, that’s an old one, but what it really tells us is that sometimes we get too used to the situation, and we miss ...

When a call is placed on our lives, we think of it as a chore, something God expects of us that will take away from what we want to do. What if it’s not that at all? Think of a mother preparing ...

―  Also find us at www.MyChurchNotes.com  ― Things that fall into threes seem to have special significance. How many days was Jonah in the whale? Three. Jesus in the tomb? Three ...
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