It has been said that worry is a prayer for what you don’t want. For instance, if one spends all their time worrying about how to pay the bills, their mental energy and time is consumed with fear of lack,
A day of worry is more exhausting than a day of work. ~ John Lubbock Worry is working for mortal mind. Prayer is working for God. Which employer have you signed up to work for today?
The news media has been filled with reports of loss over the last several months as people have struggled from the fall out of the pandemic. Loss of health, jobs, education, hope and joy, are just a few examples. To
Sometimes patients have told tell me that they feared resistance to their prayers. They felt like no matter how hard they prayed, or how well they prayed, there was an evil power at work negating the impact of their prayer.
If faced with heated anger, pour on the love until it goes away! Here’s a vlog I produced while hiking in the Theodore Roosevelt National Park last month, and got inspired by a “Coal Vein of Fire,” that occurred in