Back in the Saddle Again

Friends,
Life can be so crazy and overwhelming sometimes, we know the secret of contentment comes from God alone through His Son, Jesus the Messiah, the Christ, the Holy and Appointed One of God. Philippians 4:13 reveals that secret, “I”, Paul says, “can do all things through Him (Jesus) who gives me strength.”
I am praying for strength right now, going through the holidays, working both my full-time job, part-time substitute teaching, both volunteer ministry and occasional pulpit supply preaching plus of course, famil; in the meantime, neglecting to post and write.
I apologize once again for my negligence.
Getting back on the ball, so please like, share, follow, recommend on Facebook  and godswordislife.com
God’s Word is Life and we can have peace and contentment through Him who gives us strength!
Thanks!

Quick Update

First, an apology, I have not been posting much for the last couple months nor writing much, for those who are following God’s Word Is Life, I’m sorry. Just really busy with work and family.
Second, I promise to get back on the ball sharing encouragement, perspective, and biblical truth regarding life and recovery.
Third, a request. Please like, share, follow, and recommend both the Facebook page and the website godswordislife.com
Let’s get the message of renewal, hope, joy, and contentment to the world through the mercy and grace offered to us ALL through a relationship with our Creator Father through the sacrifice of His Son, Jesus the Christ, and the indwelling Holy Spirit.
Thank you all for your support!

God’s Glory May Be in the Scars

Some scars are more easily hidden than others…

https://churchleaders.com/outreach-missions/outreach-missions-articles/346944-gods-glory-may-be-in-the-scars.html

Modesty, Yoga Pants and 5 Myths You Need to Know

https://churchleaders.com/pastors/pastor-articles/175460-phylicia-masonheimer-modesty-yoga-pants-and-5-myths-you-need-to-know.html/7

This was written by a woman concerning conviction in her own spirit. As a Christian man, I can testify that her input in regards to a man’s struggles with the issue are absolutely true.

What Christian women choose to do regarding the matter is down to how their own spirit convicts them.

I will say, in our culture, the Christian women changing their views will only be the tip of the iceberg facing men, with the way all the other women dress, the prevalence of pornography, and social media.

Men still need to be extremely vigilant on their own through the power of the Holy Spirit.