In our fast-paced digital world where everyone is always on the move, it happens quite often that we end up not taking good care of ourselves. We are in a hurry, so we eat convenient foods that are unhealthy, foods that are not good fuel for our bodies and brains. We don't have time to… Continue reading Taking Care of Yourself (Murray)
Quite often we as Christians know the various sins against which we struggle. We might be strong in some areas, but are weak in others. For example, a person might not have a violent or quick temper, but he does struggle with discontentment and envy. A Christian might have real and genuine loves for others,… Continue reading Naming our Struggles (Murray)
As Christians, we are not called to hoard our money and finances. We are instead called to give some of it away (cf. 2 Cor. 9:7). Speaking of this, I appreciate David Murray's points on the Christian's financial giving. I've put some of them below (they are edited for length): Giving Obeys God's Command. The… Continue reading Giving/Tithing/Alms/Offerings (Murray)
Here are some helpful words from a helpful book: "One of the most common tendencies for those with depression is to focus on feelings and to base beliefs and conclusions on those feelings. This is especially true of Christians. For example, they may feel forsaken and conclude that they are forsaken. Also, in an effort… Continue reading Focusing on Feelings?
I try to be a positive Christian with a positive outlook on life. Generally speaking, I look on the bright side and press on in the Christian life with hopefulness because Christ is on the throne. But sometimes I fall into a rut of gloom, cynicism, and I think the cup is “half empty,” so… Continue reading The Happy Christian – A Review