Let your moderation be known unto all men. The Lord is at hand. Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God. And the peace of God, which passes all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. Phil 4:5-7
I live in America where moderation is not the modus operandi. We like big, more, and we supersize whenever possible. Too much for us often is not enough.
May God will bless, lead, and use us all for His glory (not ours) in ways that are beyond your dreams. I pray we keep in mind Phil 4:5-7, Mt 5:3, and Mi 6:8 as a guide for our lives.
Jeff (slightly supersized) LarsonWhile I am not saying having nice home, car, etc are bad things at all, but modesty and moderation does not come easy to Americans.
But what if we temper our lives with those 3 verses in Philippians? What if we were known for our moderation, prayerful, and thankful to our God? Then the peace of God that does pass all understanding is there for each of us no matter if we are living check to check or encumbered with the trappings of wealth.
Let me leave you with a couple more scriptures of perspective in a world and even some in the church where moderation does NOT come easy.
May God bless, lead, and use us all for His glory (not our pleasure & leisure) in ways that are beyond your dreams.
I pray we keep in mind Phil 4:5-7, Mt 5:3, and Mi 6:8 as a guide for our lives.
Jeff (slightly supersized) Larson
10/8/2022 06:16:15 am
I am gonna be honest you don't need me to tell you that Too Much in 2022 is a bad book. I just want to talk about a few ideas that we'll be working on for the next few years, and how we'll be celebrating the entire year of 2023.
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