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September 2013

Divine Decisions Part 5

Converting Grief to Joy

Everything around us is converted. The metal chair y are sitting on is converted from iron ore in the ground. Glass used to be silica and rock, mixed together. Cement was crushed rock and now is converted into a building.

Conversion is life. Everything around us was in one lower form and through some conversion process it became something greater. That is the secret of life. God’s design is conversion. In fact, His highest design is conv

Divine Decisions Part 4

Decisions When Tempted


What were the times we grew the most? Was it at the mountaintop when everything was going well and the sun was shining; or was it in the valleys of despair when there was an opportune moment for the enemy to hit us when we were so vulnerable? Didn’t we grow the most at the bottom; at the valley of despair? It is during those times when we need to learn to make good decisions; decisions in the midst of temptation.

Set-backs will

Divine Decisions Part 3

Devine Decisions

Graduating to Wisdom


Sometimes we have to understand that what we see a lot of times are not as they appear. We make decisions and they could be faulty decisions based on what we see. Do you know why? If we think about it, we do not see with our eyes. We see anatomically with our brains. Our eyes are a lens through which an image is projected into the sensory perception areas of our brains. Our brain then

August 2013

Divine Decisions Part 2

Devine Decisions

Decisions Under Pressure


Two Sides of Pressure


Pressure can be good, or it can be bad.

Pressure can be positive, or it can be negative.

Pressure can crush you, or it can turn a piece of coal into a diamond.

Pressure can inflate a tire, or it can deflate your confidence.

Pressure can crush a bone, or it ca

Divine Decisions Part 1

Bad Decision?

Decisions, decisions, decisions!

We make about three hundred decisions every day. Some of them are as small as what shirt we were going to wear this morning to church and what shoes we were going to put on. Then, before we came to church, we had to decide whether or not we were going to comb our hair, use deodorant or change our socks from last week. Some of us are realizing right now we did not make the best decision. For others of us, our neighbors have already infor