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For many years, I’ve utilized stories as a significant part of my ministry to motivate, encourage and provide comfort. And I often start each day spending a few moments of quiet which usually includes reading a few stories from the Bible and other sources. So, when I started writing, A Daily Dose of Godly encouragement: Medicine for Tough Days, I wanted to share the stories that influenced and motivated me, often during difficult days.
“Book 1: Winter” offers daily devotions from January through March and will be available soon on Amazon.com in both paperback and Kindle.
We do not fully appreciate the importance and power of prayer. Prayer should be as critical and functional as the steering wheel on your car. Yet, for most, prayer is more like a spare tire, seldom used until something goes flat.
After many years of Bible study and reading the Bible from cover to cover at least once each year, I’ve come to better appreciate how much the Bible can say to all of us. What I first thought were inaccuracies turned out to be misunderstandings on my part. Are there still parts of the Bible that I question? Sure! Any serious student would say that. But I found answers to convince me the Bible is Godly inspired, designed to guide our lives as we struggle with life issues.
So, how should we respond to those in need? One reaction would be to ignore them. After all, you didn’t cause their problems. A better response would be to pray and hope their situation will improve. You could send a check or volunteer with a group involved in helping others. All appropriate but as disciples of Jesus Christ, we are challenged to “do more” through the love and grace of almighty God.