Many of us are imprisoned by our sins through our freedoms - locked up from redemption.
It seems Thoreau figured some things out during his short lifetime (45 years) that many of us are still working toward. He realized that if our heads were buried too often in our newspapers (or social media), it would be difficult to see and appreciate Nature - the art of God.
Last midnight, while tossing and turning in pain, I tuned into YouTube and worshiped God with voices streaming from my phone app.
Perfectionism blocks creativity, functionality, and efficiency.
Who is vulnerable to sticks and stones? Name one never hurt by them. Name one not hurt more profoundly by a name.
May my suffering be wasted not in this love story.
We are so easily led to look at life as a great big whole, and to neglect the little today, to forget that the single days do indeed make up the whole, and that the value of each single day depends on its influence on the whole.
The eye in this storm is the eye of God.
What would it be like to love others without expectation for love in return?
Great leaders keep their eyes looking straight ahead, yet somehow always have your back because they never place themselves ahead of you.
The lions may grow weak and hungry, but those who seek the LORD lack no good thing.
The impact of the life of Jesus continues today, 2000 years after his death, all around the world, in every nation.