This little book by British pastor R.T. Kendall analyzes the Old Testament story of Joseph to bring comfort and hope to those who have been misused, falsely accused, humiliated, abandoned, or otherwise afflicted by showing how God can turn evil to good.
If you’ve ever found yourself feeling like life hasn’t been fair, this is a great book to grab.
This is a wifi enabled outdoor plug that I plan to use for our Christmas lights. The price is reasonable, it is water resistant, and it can be programed from your phone.
I injured my knee several months ago and have had a hard time getting the inflammation down. I was recently introduced to the cryo-cup and it has been a big help. The cryo-cup makes it easy to apply ice to your injury and bring relief to the pain.
A Quote from I’m Thinking About
When speaking to or about another person, ask yourself if what you are about to say will meet their need: Necessary – Is it necessary to say this? Encourage – Will this encourage? Will it make them feel better? Edify – Will it edify? Will it build them up and make them stronger as a result of what you would say? Dignify – Will it dignify that person? That’s the way Jesus treated other people; he gave them a sense of dignity.” ― R.T. Kendall