Tuesday, December 13, 2011
'Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord, and in the power of His might. '- Ephesians 6:10 ( Holy Bible - KJV)
Praise Jesus Christ!
Greetings my beloved 'Finish What You Start!' family! It's great to continue our fellowship together. I pray you had a Blessed 'Thanksgiving', and I feel constrained to remind you that every day is a time of Thanksgiving and praise to God for all He has done and continues to do on our behalf. Remember, if He doesn't do another thing for us, His dying for our sins is more than sufficient for us to offer up the sacrifice of praise to Him on a continuous basis. After all, is this praise really a sacrifice, considering the great measure He went to in order to ensure our Salvation?
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Along the journey to our destination of accomplishing our goals, various roadblocks and detours may manifest themselves. Our desires may seem to take longer than we previously envisioned. These times of despair or setbacks have a tendency to lead us to discouragement. However, during these times, what we must remember is that these obstructions are temporary. They are sent to 'test our metal' or placed in Biblical terms 'try our faith'.
Sunday, November 06, 2011
So often during our journey to finishing what we start, we begin to lose sight and focus of the attainment of our dreams. The road to fulfillment can seem tedious and wearisome, especially in the realization of accomplishing a huge goal. However, there is always light at the end of the tunnel with Christ Jesus!
You have come a long way since you began putting your faith in Christ to accomplish your desires! You may not have attained to the perfection of the completion of your goals, but you are not where you were when you started.
Yes, the road to success can be a difficult one to tread. But the rewards and benefits available at the end of the tunnel far outweigh any adversity encountered along the way. It is imperative that we come to the realization that when things seem to be the most difficult, our destination is closer than when we first believed.
Wednesday, October 05, 2011
Life can be a hectic environment for many of us. With the information age and all the tablet technology available to us today, we have seemingly unlimited methods and means of communication. Of course we are to thank God for all the inventions and technology HE has given us to make life easier and more enjoyable, but there is also a danger of getting so caught up in our every day mundane tasks, that we forget or deny the very God that brought us to this prosperous destination.