The following appeared in Ann Lander’s column in the November 3, 1995
addition of the Flint Journal. Ann listed it under the heading, “You Can Bank On It.”
Imagine you had a bank that each morning credited your account with
$1,440 – with one condition: whatever part of the $1,440 you failed to use
during the day would be erased from your account, and no balance would
be carried over. Continue reading “YOU CAN BANK ON IT, Mark Aites”
In the New Testament literature we are told much of the apostles Paul, Peter, John and James. However, there is scant information on Matthew, Andrew, Philip, Bartholomew and others. I believe that there is a lesson for us in the lack of records which describe these other servants of Jesus. Continue reading “Unrecognized Service? By, Rick Brumback”
The following points are adapted from an article by Bobby Key which appeared in The Four State Gospel News, Feb. 1984.
1. Don’t ever provoke anger needlessly. Avoid people and situations that make you angry (Ps. 37:8)
2. Never make an important decision when angry. It’s impossible to be logical in such situations.
3. Don’t talk when angry! Words spoken in anger become two-edged sword which cut both ways. One sister in Christ told me that her grandfather used to say, “The least said the easiest mended”. It is best to hold our tongue when feeling anger (Proverbs 29:20; 15:1; Eccl. 7:9; Eph. 4:26).
4. Don’t go to bed angry. You won’t sleep well.
5. Pray! The surest way of killing bitterness and anger is to pray for the person you are tempted to hate (1 Tim. 2:8; Rom. 12:19-21).