God’s plan

Words of the Week – Want God’s Best: Trust and Rest

When we trust in ourselves, it’s easy to make bad decisions and even do things that go against God and what’s best for ourselves. The challenge of being tired and weary is that we don’t always make the best choices. What would happen when we know that we are tired and worn out, if we went to God instead of doubting, complaining, or taking things into our own hands to solve?

Words of the Week – Who Told You?

Scripture Genesis 3:8-15 The book of Genesis shows us how humanity’s relationship has evolved with God. Genesis 3:11 displays God asking the following question, “Who told you…?” that continues to apply to us today. This scriptural passage illustrates how obedience impacts our life. This scriptural passage also shows how disobedience impacts our life. There are consequences to obeying God. There are also consequences to disobeying God. Adam and Eve enjoyed a season of constant peace by obeying God. They were able to enjoy the Garden of Eden without interruption. Unfortunately, the enemy wants to disrupt our relationship with God. It

Words of the Week – Check the Time!

Do you know what time it is? No, not temporal, but what time it is in the Earth? Right now, much is happening as we have seen an almost rebirth of the civil rights movement in the midst of a global pandemic. We are seeing people mobilize for racial justice and equality, not just in the United States, but around the world. In the midst of seeing so many people, of all races, calling for an end to systemic racism, something has been pointed out to me more than once — time. “And Jesus answered and said unto them, ‘take