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The truth is that most of us are not called to glamorous lifestyles. In fact, most callings, at least most of the time, tend to be pretty un-glamorous.
A letter written by a Titanic passenger sold at auction last Saturday for 126,000 pounds ($166,000).
The Christian ministry is not a career. It is a calling that originates in the sovereign majesty of God and is concluded only by the coming of the kingdom of the Lord, and of his Christ.
Today’s headlines are dominated by Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination hearings and the ongoing debate over health care. Meanwhile, an unusual high school wrestler interests me so much that I’d like to focus on his story this morning.
I know little about contemporary music, not because such music isn’t important. Rather, it’s because ignorance of one dimension of life is a necessary condition for understanding another.
Scripture tells us we can live in God’s Will and follow His calling for our lives right now.
The Christian ministry is a terrible profession, but it is the greatest calling on earth.
“Follow your passions,” is advice many college students hear when considering future careers. I’ve got different, maybe better, advice.
God may not call you to walk over the Grand Canyon or climb Mt. Everest or run 6.5 marathons in 24 hours. But there is a task waiting for you today.
How do we navigate a culture that puts such an emphasis on having and raising children, if the calling God seems to be giving us is career oriented?
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