Pastor Russ Taylor Don't poor mouth it! I was young and now I am old, yet I have never seen the righteous forsaken or their children begging bread. Psalm 37:25 NIV Let the poor say, "I am rich!" In other words, don't poor-mouth it! The God we serve is willing and able to pay full … Continue reading Wednesday’s Words of Wisdom from the Wise
Pastor Russ Taylor serves leaders and pastors in their roles today as a counselor, advisor and confidant from his years of experience in ministry, pastoring and missions work. I have asked Pastor Russ Taylor to provide wisdom for these times we are facing. "Step out of the traffic! Take a long, loving look at me, … Continue reading Wednesday’s Word from the Wise
When the crisis is over things will not automatically go back to the way they were. You will be presented with the unique opportunity of establishing a new normal. There are things you may not want to restore. On the other hand, there could be new behaviors you may want to continue. Choose wisely.
The book of James is considered the Proverbs of the New Testament. It drops little droplets of wisdom. Little phrases come with colossal impressions regarding mercy, doubt, trials, the Bible, your tongue, and much more.
In light of yesterday's small post about Wisdom, Asking God for the Most Important Thing – Wisdom, I think it should be important to know the many things God's Word says about wisdom, knowledge, and foolishness. James 1:5 If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, … Continue reading What the Bible Says about Wisdom
The prayer we should be praying the most is the same request Solomon asked of God. When given the opportunity to acquire anything he desired, Solomon desired wisdom. Yet, wisdom is one of the last things we pray. It is not even on the prayer list. Wisdom is the quality of having experience, knowledge, and … Continue reading Asking God for the Most Important Thing – Wisdom
1. You will be surrounded by many "things" but always remember people are more important than things. 2. Boys, make sure you marry a very, very, strong woman. Together, you will create a power team. She will make you mad a lot but when all is said and done, it will be the best thing … Continue reading Art of Adoption(s): 25 Words of Wisdom for My Children