The Journey with Ron Moore

We need each other on the journey. Traveling alone is not only lonely; it is also foolish.

Are you fighting a tough battle? Does the enemy seem bigger, faster, and stronger than you? Do you feel fear and even panic? Stop right there!

How are you doing, Christian leader? These principles are challenging. At the end of the day, these are the areas in which we will be judged.

Giving is not to be legalistic or burdensome. It is an act of worship when we bring our offering to him. Someone has well said, “Give according to God’s blessing; lest he bless according to your giving.”

What does the Lord ask of you? That’s a great question, isn’t it? What does God really want me to do? Here are five answers from today’s passage.

This spiritual wholeness is how God wants me to impress who he is on my children. They shouldn’t see God as someone who lives in a church building. Spiritual wholeness teaches our children that God is alive and active in every area of life.

When a godly leader has truly lived a life of faith, they can say to those who come after them, “Do not be afraid . . . the Lord your God himself will fight for you.”

We must also guard the gate of our eyes . . . what we watch and look at. The gate of our mind . . . the things we think about. The gate of our emotions . . . the things we desire. The gate of our will . . . the mission of our lives.

I don’t know about you, but I can’t think of a better description of a life well-lived—“He/She followed God wholeheartedly.” Do you want that on your headstone?