Warning: Men, this will be a painful devotional if we are determined to review our track record, ignore our sin nature, gloss over our sins, and proclaim our faithfulness. Who do we think we are? Read the early chapters of God’s Word. Adam, Noah, and Abraham quickly proved to be horribly unfaithful fellows, and the … More When the Man of God is not at all like God
Great was Solomon’s nurturing. He was raised in a home, church, and nation that made much of the Lord. His father was a combination of poet, preacher, prophet, and king. His mother was one who had experienced the mercy, forgiveness, grace, and favor of the Lord. Around his family were ministers and elders who valued the … More A Tale of at Least Three Promiscuous Princes
It is vital for us to ask ourselves the question, “Do I want to win the point or the person?” This is a pivotal question for first-chair leaders, second-chair leaders, salesmen, customer-service representatives, evangelists, pastors, teachers, parents, spouses, and anyone else seeking to be an influencer. Often, when we focus on winning the point, we … More Win What?