Are you walking in agreement... with God?

obedience seeking god Apr 25, 2019


Amos 3:3 Can two people walk together without agreeing on the direction?

How can we say we walk with God and not agree on where we are going?

We show that we do not agree when we:

Walk the other way, opposite of what His Word encourages us to do.

When we want, what we want, when we want it, without care to God or anyone else, for that matter.

When we think negative, evil, unkind thoughts of another.

When we let sin get the best of us; pride, jealousy, disappointment, anger, bitterness, unforgiveness, adultery... all the negative and heavy emotions that keep us captive in torment.

When we gossip rather than pray.

When we talk about our dislike of another, lie and twist a story to make ourselves look like the victim, and do not take ownership that maybe it was our fault.

When we sin and do not confess it.

When we are too busy to study to show ourselves approved in the Scriptures, to pray, to be still with Him.

When we are not abiding close enough to hear His still,...

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A New Year and a New You!

Happy New Year! I intentionally waited to post my first blog for the New Year. As so many of us are reading about fad diets, to-do lists, goals, and whatnot, I decided to change it up a bit.

Many of the people I coach are looking for their purpose. Many wonder what they are here for.

Many struggle with their identity, not understanding that our identity is not based on the roles we fill.

Many start their new year off with great expectations and motivation, only to fizzle out by February.

Like many of you, I had my new year planned. I knew what I wanted to achieve and what it would take to get there. I was ready to roll! But I was met with an unwanted interruption.

I learned that a tooth I had been struggling with for a month needed to be pulled. That’s right, fighting to save this tooth only delayed the inevitable and kept me in a lot of unwanted pain. So on December 31, I had emergency oral surgery. As if that wasn’t bad enough, my tooth broke before the surgeon...

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