Be an Impact Player

Numbers 14:24: In American football, certain players are designated as impact players. They are players who make a difference in a material way. They are outstanding, enabling their team to be more effective.

They are very focused on their mission. Unlike most of the world, they are on their field of life to make a difference. They want to win, and they give everything they have to accomplish their goal. [Click title or image to read the full post.]

Our Power Drink for the Day

Psalm 36:9 reflection: In the game of football, all the players on each team try to keep the opposite team from carrying the ball across the goal line. Many times they drink a power drink to aid them in their efforts.

We know that Satan is doing his best to disrupt our lives and divert our attention from achieving the goals God has for us.

It is only through God’s Word that we can drink the POWER DRINK we need to feed and energize us for the day. [Click title or image to read the full post.]

Ready to Do Good Works?

2 Timothy 2:21 reflection: In order to perform effective and safe surgeries, a surgeon must take extreme caution to ensure that instruments are properly sterilized. Otherwise there is a risk of serious infection occurring. Uncleansed instruments are not useful to the surgeon.

One function of God’s Word is to cleanse us as we soak our heart in it. This is vitally necessary if we are to be effective instruments fit for use by God. [Click title or image to read the full post.]

Are You The Owner?

Proverbs 23:26 reflection: Q: “What is the process of withdrawing money from the bank of mammon and depositing it in the bank of heaven?”

We received this question from a reader of the KingdomNomics book.

Withdrawing funds from the bank of mammon and depositing them in the bank of heaven is basically an attitude. Our attitude toward ourselves and everything we have changes as we cultivate our relationship with Jesus Christ. [Click title or image to read the full post.]

Hey! There’s No Armor for my Back!

Ephesians 6:11 reflection: At the Gettysburg battleground there is a small plaque that says, “Write home, and tell them I died facing the enemy.”

The Christian life is all about advancing, pressing forward, running a race, forgetting those things that are behind – all for the purpose of accomplishing God’s will on this earth. We invade the darkness with the light of the Gospel, going into all the world with all of the means God has given us.

Retreat is not an option. We are in a battle, taking new ground. After taking it, we stand firm. [Click title or image to read the full post.]

Join the Few of the Few: Become a Kingdom Investor

Matthew 7:14 reflection: You and I have a decision to make. Do we want to become a strategic Kingdom Investor, developing a life that will echo into eternity in a positive way?

If so, we will have to abandon the way of the crowd, and the multiple voices of the world that compete for our attention every day. [Click title or image to read the full post.]

Fish Hard! Life is Short!

Titus 2:14 reflection: Have I discovered what God wants me to do? Am I zealous in doing it, realizing that I have a limited amount of time on this side of eternity? [Click title or image to read the full post.]

Have You Captured the Vision?

Habakkuk 2:2 reflection: Can you think of a more worthwhile cause to join than one ordained by God?

The last command of Jesus Christ was for his disciples to go into all the world and make disciples. He gives us the privilege to join in the greatest movement in the history of the world: to help save mankind from the coming destruction and judgment of God. [Click title or image to read the full post.]

Your World is Passing Away Before Your Very Eyes

1 Corinthians 7:31 reflection: We are only “renting” or leasing our bodies for a period of time. We are going to have to turn them in at some point. How should we be spending the time we have left in this world? [Click title or image to read the full post.]

“Stay Focused, Daddy! Go Get the Pizza!”

John 4:34 reflection: My daughter requested that I go get pizza for dinner for the children. As I was leaving the house, I stopped to have a conversation with someone else. That is when I heard the words, “Stay focused, Daddy! Go get the pizza!” [Click title or image to read the full post.]