What takes your attention right now? Is it the lights, the sounds, the gifts? We have a lot going on at Christmas time. During this time we can easily get distracted and we must turn attention toward the one who gave us Christmas.
You probably have watched the same movies over and over. You may have heard the Christmas story over and over. But let’s take a look at it with Fresh Eyes.
The life of Jehoshaphat is one that can be looked at and really emulated. The question is: would we be willing to say and do what he did?
As we enter the holiday season, you may get the question, “What do you want for Christmas?” But what if God asked you what you wanted?
When you look around and consider your life, what is your response? Take a listen to how King David viewed his life.
We look at the forecast to see what weather is ahead. Are there things you can see in the future by how you are living now? Are you continually checking the forecast of your life and making changes for the future?
You can have direct access to God, but is this just like having a genie for your wants? No, it’s so much more than that!
In a world full of information, now, maybe more than ever, it is so important to have an anchor of truth for our lives. What is that anchor?
Every point in history has something that brought it to that place. Listen in to what that was for the Reformation and what that means for us now.
Josiah became a king at 8 years old. But he was much more than just a child as he took this position. He was a leader.