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Tag Archives: balance
“It is for us to pray not for tasks equal to our powers, but for powers equal to our tasks.” Helen Keller (1880-1968)
I don’t always do things God’s way. Looking back, I see times when God was right and I was wrong. And not one time when I was right and God was wrong.
My goal for 2017 was “divine balance.” To keep my efforts–health, home, job, writing, ministry–moving forward without trespassing on each other’s boundaries. And more importantly, without trespassing on God’s boundaries. I did OK. Not great, but good enough. What … Continue reading
We find balance in Scripture. The Bible exposes us to a kaleidoscope of views on the elements of daily life. It exposes us to divine sense. Take parenting, for example: Proverbs 13:24 Those who spare the rod of discipline … Continue reading