Want to read the Bible every day, but aren't sure where to begin? In this post I have 4 suggested approaches. Read on!
In order to be successful, one must establish habits conducive to reaching their goals and must have established goals in the first place. How can success be measured without a measuring stick?
Merry Christmas! May your day be blessed wherever you are. Please pray for the people who are not able to be with their families or who are having a difficult Christmas, including: Soldiers deployed overseas Law Enforcement on patrol today Nurses and Doctors working today Elderly folks---particularly those in nursing homes---who may not be with… Continue reading Merry Christmas!
I posted this on the Elihu's Corner Facebook page this morning, but since I know many people who do not use Facebook, I am posting this here as well. It's short, but I hope it encourages you! This passage---one of my favorites---was in my daily reading today: Have you not known? Have you not heard?… Continue reading Still waiting…
Last night my 4-year old started digging around for his packages and shake them.
Our anger is often like a raging bonfire. It flares high and hot then diminishes to a pile of ash and embers, succeeding only in destruction. Yet anger is not without purpose and can be useful if carefully managed.
There are no spoilers in the post---I promise!
oot-in-Mouth Disorder: A common mental disease found in anyone possessing a working mouth, characterized by the imaginary sensation that something is lodged in their mouth after they say something inappropriate or erroneous to another person.
When we are young, we think we have an abundance of time. After all, our parents and teachers tell us, "there'll be time for that later," or "not until your older." We spend the first 18-20 years of our lives waiting until we are "older" to "do" things. There is one thing we should never put off...
"I didn't think 'A' would cause 'B.' "I didn't think what I said would be offensive." "I didn't think it was important." Key phrase: "I didn't think." The rapid pace of our society coupled with a constant influx of information affords little time for mental processing. We need that time. In order to become wise, time and meditative thinking are essential.