So, I know many of you have finals next week, so time is tight and stress levels are high, BUT I’d like to remind you that when you have the least time for the Lord is when you need to go to Him most. That’s when your time and efforts spent on Him matter most – when you can least afford it (or so you think). That’s when you need Him most … AND … that’s when you show Him how valuable He is to you … when it costs you the most.
So, I’d like to invite you to begin re-establishing your spiritual habits and the way you “do TD.”
We all know this intuitively. We know when we’re really valued, when we’re being used, when we’re “loved” out of convenience, etc. So does God.
One of the most common patterns for young Christian students during busy seasons is to stop meeting with God, stop reading His Word, stop praying. As we seek to rebuild our Christian lives and the way we “do life,” it begins with establishing new patterns of living … including the way we “do school.”
So, I’d like to invite you to begin re-establishing your spiritual habits and the way you “do TD.” And this week you can kill two birds with one stone by listening to, reviewing, and prayerfully chewing on the “On Love and Desire,” Pts. 1 and 2 podcasts this week before coming to TD. They are 25 minutes each. We’ll release Part 2 later in the week. – Arthur
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“On Love and Desire,” Pt. 1 (message) – Arthur