Verse 3 of Psalm 33 voices musicians to play with skill. Make a note of this! Continue reading “Play Skillfully”
Illation on Leaders 4, December 2017
Consider Paul’s Concepts of our Faith as presented in the Book of 1st Corinthians
I calibrate how the church should define itself by using scripture, prayer, meditation, and study. In contemplating the roles of leadership in the church, I have been looking for verses in the New Testament Letters, searching for offices, duties, and topics; to gather information and, therefore patterns and inferences that can be gleaned.
Going book by book, 1st Corinthians, alone, amounted to more than 2,000-words. Continue reading “Illation on Leaders 4”
Make sure the picture, or rather, the event, you are composing is a reflection of God.
. . . ramble? yes, this essay rambles. . . rambling is what life is for. . . sometimes. Especially when you want to Focus! 🙂 🙂 🙂
Have a clear purpose when planning. But make sure your purpose and your end product creates a noticeable view to God, unimpeded by distractions that take us away from Focusing on God: the glittery objects our eyes are drawn to, salacious endeavors to please our flesh, and, amongst others, self-absorption.