Added by Travis L. Boyd on August 22, 2012 at 6:00pm — No Comments
Picture this scenario: a small child has the exciting opportunity to play in the mud. He has all th e tools that he needs to accomplish this task. He has his hands to shape and form the mud, his feet to make footprints and splash and squish, some pebbles, wildflowers, and sticks for decoration, and his imagination to pretend that the mud is a giant lake of chocolate pudding or that…Continue
Added by Travis L. Boyd on August 22, 2012 at 3:30pm — No Comments
How do some of you in leadership deal with an individual that appears to feel he is the "best there is", and takes liberties in frequent time off, and being consistently late for rehearsals.
The man is really good in his craft, he just does not seem concerned the burden he places upon others when he is absent.
I know this is a matter of the heart, compulsory attendance mandates from leadership seem to only work for a very short time with most individuals…Continue
Worship Is First Of All Obedience
Worship is honouring and magnifying God, it’s not confined to singing and dancing but its worshipping him in everything we do night and day. It’s a lifestyle that is lived not for self but for God. It’s a daily experience, the bible says the fruit of my lips should praise God; my life should worship without words and notes.
Genesis 22:5 The principal of first mention in the bible carries a lot of weight and in this passage of…Continue
Added by Kelvin Mutize on August 15, 2012 at 9:43pm — No Comments
Reverence comes from a primitive root which means to fear; causatively to frighten: affright, be (make) afraid, dreadful fear, tremble. The dictionary will tell us that fear is deep respect, if that’s the case then what does reverence mean. I believe that fear doesn’t bring us escape from God but bring us closer.
If you would read the Amplified Bible you will realize that they replaced the word fear with reverence. There is power when we come before God with our hearts and…Continue
Added by Kelvin Mutize on August 7, 2012 at 3:56pm — No Comments