We Don’t Simply Drift Toward Holiness.

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  1. cecile says:

    It’s important to focus on your family for sure. Your post makes me think of men who are so busy with church life and meetings but neglect their families. I’m very thankful for a husband who makes time to be there for his family. Be there for your wife and children first of all….and I look forward to future posts 🙂

    • That is one of my fears Cecile. I have become very busy with committees, groups, and having one on one’s with both believers and unbelievers that my family might begin to suffer. I am noticing the strain on both my family and my own personal spiritual growth. It is so easy to be too busy, we start off with good motives by living a life of thankfulness, then we slowly forget to keep Christ central, and then our family is next to suffer. Criteria for office bearers is not to have a busy church life nor a lot of committees under his belt, or being a good speaker, or having a good blog…but… having a good family life is a criteria… being a godly man is far more important than being a busy man – even busy with the things of God. Thank you for your comment Cecile

  2. Garrett says:

    The devil often tries to make us too busy for time with our redeemer, usually he uses worldly cares concerns and activities, when that does not work he will try the other way and have us focus so much on service to our local church that we still do not focus on Christ but are under the delusion that seeing as we are so busy with church stuff that things must be good with our relationship to Him. Either way our faith suffers, “be not weary in well doing”. Seek ye first the kingdom of God, with out doing this all things will suffer. God Bless.