Nothing from Friday December 14, 2018 to Thursday March 14, 2019.
1162 E Hwy 126
Pittsburg, KS 66762
Studio Phone : 1(620) 231-7229
Office Phone : 1(620) 231-7200
And I thought I was the only one with a bird problem. Turns out Stephanie had one in HER studio today :) lol - DTKB
God has high plans for you and me. He is recruiting for himself a people who will populate heaven. It will be perfect. Perfect in splendor. Perfect in righteousness. One word describes heaven: perfect! One word describes us: imperfect! So what does God do? Abandon us? Start over? He could. But he loves us too much to do that.
Will he populate heaven with rebellious, self-centered citizens? If so, would heaven be heaven? Colossians 1:19 says, “God was pleased for all of himself to live in Christ.” All the love of God was in Jesus. All the strength of God was in Jesus. All the compassion and power and devotion of God were, for a time, in the earthly body of a carpenter. What started in the Bethlehem cradle culminated on the Jerusalem cross! And God did it all to take us home to heaven - Max Lucado ... See more
The sinful nature is the stubborn, self-centered attitude that says, “My way or the highway.” The sinful nature is all about self: pleasing self, promoting self, preserving self. I have a sin nature! So do you. Under the right circumstances you will do the wrong thing. You’ll try not to, but you will. You have a sin nature. You were born with it.
The heart of the human problem is the problem of the human heart! Christmas commemorates the day and the way God saved us from ourselves. The angel speaking to Mary in Matthew 1:21 says, “. . .you are to give him the name Jesus, because he will save his people from their sins.” Each of us entered the world with a sin nature. God entered the world to take it away - Max Lucado ... See more
Would you like to see God? Take a look at Jesus! Hebrews 1:3 says, “Jesus radiates God’s own glory and expresses the very character of God.” In John 14:9, Jesus himself said, “Anyone who has seen me has seen the Father.” Anyone who has seen me weep has seen the Father weep. Anyone who has seen me laugh as seen the Father laugh. Anyone who has seen me determined has seen the Father determined.
Everything changes when we see the face of God. He came with tears too. He knows the burden of a broken heart. He knows the sorrow life can bring. He could have come as a shining light or a voice in the clouds, but he came as a person. Does God understand you? Look into God’s face and be assured. Find the answer in Bethlehem - Max Lucado ... See more