Problems and worry attack us all. Problems are normal. We will have them. No one is immune. But we do not have to let our problems consume us, with worry. Here are some suggestions to provide you relief from its grasp! : Our current dilemma can seem all encompassing and overwhelming. Yet, no problem is permanent. One factor that helps us… More The Solution to worry is Trust!
You can’t unscramble an egg. Many of the situations that have already happened can not be undone. That is why a great dose of acceptance must be learned and adopted to find peace in your life. If you have a few years on you, the question is not just where do we go but where… More You can’t unscramble an egg.
This BEAM (post) was inspired by a friend on twitter today, who asked me a question. I have misplaced better artwork of the flow-chart in this article. But I will locate it soon and replace this poor artwork and expand the article’s content, in the future. The point of this writing is to provide a… More Slam’s Don’t Worry Model – a personal reply
Passion, Patience, Peace & Promise // I like alliteration. The repetition of consonants is a rhythmic sound that can often help drive home good points. These four alliterative words Passion, Patience, Peace and Promise are like that. They are each important. And best understood in light of each other. … More Passion, Patience, Peace And Promise
Dear Guts is the Key reader. I know that most of my writings here are of a professional nature. Still, I promised ongoing positive inspirational messages, full of faith, courage and spiritual help. I will keep my promise. One of my favorite spiritual topics is prayer. The reason for this is… More Why prayer is one of the chief pursuits of my life!
Dear GutsIsTheKey reader. Some of you count on me to write on inspirational, faith related topics. Here is one I have been meaning to share for almost a year. I have learned to be respectful and tolerant of many belief systems and people of many persuasions but I try never to… More Knowing Jesus
I started to entitle this BEAM, “The Anonymity of God.” And that is certainly the theme of this writing. Yet, as I thought about it, it became clearer that saying: “God is often in the whisper!” would be a better way to show you what I mean. Let me explain. … More God is often in the whisper!