Thursday, October 1st, 2020

Overcoming Our Addictions

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I’ve been challenging you to look deep within and see if you can identify some addictions that shouldn’t be there. I believe most of us can find some, because becoming addicted to things or habits or people is a very natural tendency for us. It comes easy, so to speak. We can be addicted to good things as […]


Wednesday, September 30th, 2020

Overcoming Our Addictions

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What are you addicted to today? Nothing you say? Look again; you may be surprised to discover there are some areas in your life out of balance; some habits you can’t quit; some obsessions you can’t control. That is called an addiction.   Addictions are closely related to needs. When any of us feel some need within us, our natural reaction is […]


Tuesday, September 29th, 2020

Overcoming Our Addictions

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Most of us have some habits or areas where we are more controlled than we are in control. Do you see any addictive tendencies in your own life—anything out of balance that tends to control you?  Many people are addicted to other people; we call that a dependency these days. I know women who are addicted to […]


Monday, September 28th, 2020

Overcoming Our Addictions

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Are you struggling with addictions? Now, your first reaction may be, “Well, this won’t apply to me, because I’m not addicted to anything.” Usually we associate addiction with alcohol or drugs.   But you know, I’m beginning to realize that most of us are addicted to something or other. We may call it by a more acceptable name such […]


Saturday, September 26th, 2020

Our Lethal Weapon, The Tongue – Part 1

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We see throughout God’s Word many warnings that our tongues can be a deadly weapon. Proverbs 18:21 says “The tongue has the power of life and death….” In James we read that the tongue is a restless evil, full of deadly poison. What we say carries a powerful punch. So, we just need to be […]


Friday, September 25th, 2020

Why Do I Always Feel Guilty?

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How can we get rid of false guilt? The first and most important step in getting rid of false guilt is to recognize it. Once you know it’s not deserved, it’s much easier to put it out of your mind. The way we drive out wrong thinking is to replace it with right thinking. When […]


Thursday, September 24th, 2020

Why Do I Always Feel Guilty?

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Do you struggle with lots of guilt? It could be that you have allowed others to shift their blame to you and you have become their dumping ground. Mothers, wives and women do that far more easily and often than fathers, husbands and men do. That goes back to our nurturing natures, our desire to […]


Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020

Why Do I Always Feel Guilty?

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I often envision women carrying a guilt backpack all the time, collecting guilt along the way. These backpacks are stuffed with what I call “girlish guilts,” the small everyday guilts we accumulate without even noticing. Here are some examples of girlish guilts to which a woman’s first response will most likely be, “Oh, I’m so […]


Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020

¿Por qué siempre me siento Culpable?

A continuación, se muestran algunos ejemplos de culpa falsa: Mi jefe dijo: “¿Aún no ha terminado ese informe?” Me siento culpable, pero no he tenido tiempo de respirar. Mi jefe me sigue interrumpiendo con otras prioridades, ¡y luego no entiende por qué no todo se hace a tiempo! La culpa falsa ocurre cuando creemos que […]


Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020

Why Do I Always Feel Guilty?

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Here are some examples of false guilt: My boss said, “You don’t have that report finished yet?” I feel guilty, but I haven’t had time to breath. My boss keeps interrupting me with other priorities, then doesn’t understand why everything doesn’t get done on time! False guilt happens when we believe that we must meet […]