"The Love Language of God is the fullest treatise on the subject of love that I have ever observed. I believe it will become a recognized resource on the subject. " -Jack Taylor, Dimensions Ministries
Christianity is changing from being task-oriented "doing" to relationship-oriented "being"-becoming the equally yoked companion for the Son of God. A clear image of that loving relationship between Christ and His Bride, the Church, is presented in The Love Language of God for you-and all those who want a closer, more intimate relationship with the Savior. Don't let this intimate relationship with Jesus get lost in the everyday hubbub of life.
The quality of our life (and our enjoyment of it) isn't determined by our circumstances. Rather, it is detemined by what is in our heart! Specifically, how we view ourselves determines how we view our life!
“Keep your heart with all vigilance, for from it flow the springs of life.” (Proverbs 4:23, ESV)
Let me share with you a list of scriptures that you can read and meditate on that will change how you view God, yourself, and thus your circumstances.
issue of gluttony is misunderstood by numerous people. Occasionally, during the
Thanksgiving season, or after some big meal, somebody will jestingly say,
"I sure hope the preacher doesn't preach on gluttony this Sunday." At
other times, I have been charged with "not preaching on gluttony" or
"not decrying gluttony" when this is not the case. When I have
preached against such sins as smoking, drinking alcohol, and other things, some
who try to rationalize their sins by asking, "People today are also guilty
of consuming too much food, so how about preaching on gluttony? Isn't that a
sin, as well?" Friends, gluttony is a sin. What we fail to recognize is
that the sin of gluttony covers more than just eating too much at a meal. It is
indicatory of a improper attitude and a improper style of life that needs to be
Recently I overheard a dear lady who said that she was a bit discouraged because in her mind her responsibilities seemed more than she was able to do. Have you ever felt that way before? I know I have! But after years of “getting it wrong, I finally started “getting it right”. So I would like to share with you some of what I learned: