There’s no quick trick to success. It’s through day-to-day living and working that we achieve our dreams and goals.
Paul boasted—at least until he met the Lord on a dusty road to Damascus. After that, all of his achievements he considered as “rubbish.”
Read Paul's words in Philippians 3:12-16 as a call for action…deliberate, immediate, and personal involvement.
God has chosen to leave us on earth to proclaim the Good News to a lost and hurting world.
Anxiety can be an addiction. The good news is that God has provided an escape—a way of liberation to laugh again.
The theme of Philippians is the joy that comes from being confident that Christ is in full control.
No one will ever know how much energy the human race has wasted through worry. Today, we want to think along scriptural guidelines as we rediscover a life characterized by rest instead of rush, calm instead of confusion, peace instead of panic, tranquility instead of turmoil.
The word “addiction” typically makes us think of alcohol, cigarettes, or illegal drugs. But in this message, Chuck Swindoll will describe another kind of addiction…that’s far more subtle, yet just as enslaving. In fact, you might be an addict and not even know it!
Philippians—what a masterpiece of correspondence! With joy as its major theme, Paul challenged his friends to live above the drag of difficult circumstances.
We tend to get angry when things don’t go the way we want. A good sense of humour can turn irritation into laughter. Next time things don’t go your way refuse to let your circumstances dampen your joy.