PASSIVENESS WILL DESTROY US.

10:39 AM Harts for Africa 0 Comments

In the areas of life where we choose not to change, we will see that part of us decline. Have you ever worked in a place where a person with the wrong attitude brings the team down? A passive leader in this case will allow harmony to be destroyed. 
The same goes for exercise. If you are active and pump iron for years, then become passive - no longer making the effort to workout, your past effort will not sustain you and muscles will loose their power. 
The same goes for our Christian walk. To have been active as a Christian in the past will not sustain us now. We need to shake off being passive to become active once again. 
Our priorities can cause areas of our life to be put on the back burner due to time constraints, in our Christian walk we can not afford for our time with God to become passive. If we think the things we do for Jesus connects us to Him, this is wrong. It's the time we spend studying the Word, worshipping, fellowship and prayer that connects us to the Godhead. We cannot become passive and expect our relationship to grow. 
The great news is that today is a new day it could be the day you restore what you once had and see further growth in your life. 

Greg



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6:32 PM Harts for Africa 0 Comments

GIVING IT UP!

7:56 PM Harts for Africa 0 Comments

Since becoming a Christian 18 years ago, I have learnt to carry an increased level of pressure without turning it into stress. 
So I am confused as to how I got shingles, is that not brought on by stress? My normal response to stress is to ignore it. My patience gets shorter but I don't spend time "worrying" about my problems.
When you learn who Jesus is and what he does for you, it is easy to let him take the pressure off you. I know that God has a plan for me and that plan is good. So why would I stress? It seems some of the pressure has slipped though. It's time for me to pray more and remove any worry that I carry. 
Jesus has set me free and I intend to be free indeed. 

Greg.