Like speedbumps and curbs, these acts of holiness are meant to slow us down and keep us on the road.
Max Lucado talks about his experiences as a baseball catcher and how the dimensions of homeplate were immutable, sacred, and in a sense holy and compares that to certain things in life that God has called sacred and holy.
Without hesitation, no warm-up required, she told her story of betrayal and rejection.
Ron Rose is back at Black Rifle Coffee, being the available friend and pastor to folks who drop in with a story to tell, this time it's a lady who's been dumped and betrayed and Ron Reminds her of her need for God, and he will be available to be the skin
I acknowledge that my complaints prevent me from doing the good that God placed me here to do.
Tom Norvell catches himself complaining about the things he tired of in TV, in others, and in himself, and then reminds himself he is accomplishing nothing and needs to be doing good and not growing weary.