Everyone understands an act of kindness even if they are hard of hearing and can’t see a thing.
Satchel Paige asked this question. “How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you were?”
I am one of the contributors–pardon me but it is a great book and a great read!!
What do you most wish to accomplish in your lifetime? Have you planned out how to accomplish it? Failing to plan is planning to fail. We can dream or do. Here is a partial list from my book God, Gluttony & You:
- Start with a plan. (Nehemiah 2:6-9,12,15)
- Obey God. (Philippians 2:12-16)
- Exercise your spiritual gift. (Romans 12:6-8)
“Where do seniors get the idea that old age suddenly gives them permission to burp whatever rude thought they have in their head?”
Likely todays ‘chilly ‘ weather!
First lady: I love your rice pudding. What kind of rice do you use?
Second lady: Oh, I’m a Christian you know, so I only use Uncle Ben’s converted rice.
What do we do when life takes a different direction from our plan? What happens when everything we think to be true twists in another direction or is not in keeping with our plans or expectations?
Haven’t we all tried all kinds of ideas to get back on track? We scheme, we scream, we muddle, our way and puddle our tears. Nothing changes. I know. I’ve tried it all.
Only one thing stands the test of time and the trials of life.
So let’s give up our struggles and just hang on…to God and his son, our Saviour, Jesus Christ.
All God asks us to do is what he tells us to do; and if we will only do that, it is enough.