But how can they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how can they believe in him of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone to preach? And how can people preach unless they are sent? As it is written, How beautiful are the feet of those … Continue reading You’ve Got Beautiful Feet!
(Second Reading for First Sunday in Advent) Brothers and sisters: May the Lord make you increase and abound in love for one another and for all, just as we have for you, so as to strengthen your hearts, to be blameless in holiness before our God and Father at the coming of our Lord Jesus … Continue reading To Be Gracious
From myself and the rest of The Main Thing Blog crew (Steve, Chuck, & Teresa), Happy Thanksgiving to All!
This week is a great week for giving thanks. But I am very aware of all those out there who are having a tough couple of days due to whatever burdens they have to carry. Carry On, Good Stewards. May the Lord lighten your load and give you cause to smile! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8SPwT3nQZ8
We are on the cusp of two of the most beautiful times of the Church year: Advent and Christmas. We anticipate Christ’s coming during Advent, and we celebrate his coming during the Christmas season! There is almost too much going on with all the Advent devotions and practices that seem to take a back seat … Continue reading There Is But One King! (and it’s not me)
If you live in the US, during this week there will be constant attempts to hijack your mind and heart. You will be told that if you do not get to a certain store at 4 a.m. you will miss the greatest deal of your lifetime. You be tempted to leave family members on a … Continue reading Giving Thanks is the Main Thing
It would be kind of awesome to be a king or queen! Absolute rule, untold wealth, and people answering your every beck and call are things that wouldn’t be half bad. Of course, I would be a benevolent monarch and I would hope that all my subjects would love me. They could cheer me as … Continue reading If I Was King for Just One Day
You can find LPI's Midweek Reflection for Christ the King Sunday, written this week by TEW, by following the link below: My Son Needs His King
For me, the most difficult struggle in discipleship is watching my mouth. When I replay the events of the day in my head, my biggest regrets seem to be the unguarded moments when I offered an opinion or comment that was not necessary and could have possibly caused confusion or pain. Why did I need to say that? Did any … Continue reading Stewardship of the Mouth