IDENTIFY THE COBWEBS
by Tyora Moody
Have you ever sat down on the couch to relax or maybe went outside on your porch only to look up in the corner and see a cobweb. Don’t get me started on actually seeing a spider. That’s another whole topic. Right now, the cobwebs is where my analogy for this week is going.
FEAR, FAITH, AND MIGRAINES
by Muriel Larson
“Bob, this migraine is killing me!” Sue exclaimed to her husband. “You’re a doctor. Isn’t there something else that can help me?”
“I’m sorry, honey,” he answered. “We’ve tried everything I can think of. I know even the drugs don’t help much. I guess you’ll just have to learn to live with it.”
“Learn to live with it!” Sue cried. “I’m tired of these headaches, stomachaches, nausea, and vomiting!”
MOVING ON FROM YOUR PAST
by Muriel Larson
When I lived in a situation of turmoil and trouble, I had a recurring dream. I would be in the seashore town where I grew up, trying to go crabbing but never able to do so. Iâ€™d wake up feeling frustrated. After I asked the Lord to enlighten me, I realized I was longing to go back to the carefree days of my youth. Accepting the fact that I couldnâ€™t leave my situation and go back to the past banished that frustrating dream.
Everything We Do
By Minister Mamie L. Pack
“Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.” 1 Corinthians 10:31
How did you begin your day? Did you wake up complaining and grumbling? Did you wake up thanking God for this day? Or did you simply get up going about your routine without thought of complaint or thanksgiving? This is how it begins. God wants us to give him glory in everything we do.
The Pain I Feel Inside
by Yevette Gooden
Isnâ€™t it amazing that with over six billion people in the world how alone we as individuals can feel? Loneliness is one of the most frustrating experiences for a single Christian. The constant change of friends getting married, moving away or expecting a child serves only to isolate us even more. This mental form of isolation is one of the shrewdest and oldest tricks from the enemy. This in it self will often thrust us from self-pity to feelings of bitterness and resentment in no time.