School is almost out. The weather is becoming warmer. And, it is time to go! How do you plan to spend your summer vacation?
How should our youth grow up in a society that craves busyness? One sure way is to jam their summer schedules. Or another way is to slow down and stop.
Have you ever gone on a vacation to relax and sight see, only to return and find that you are more exhausted when you return from the vacation? You simply did too much on the vacation. Sure, you made memories and have plenty of photos to show for your experiences, but the overall feeling is one of exhaustion instead of renewed vigor for the routines of your normal life.
As school wraps up, we have the tendencies to look at our calendars and wonder, "How are we going to survive summer?" But, what if we flipped the script?
The word “will” can mean many things. “Will” can be a synonym for desire. For Christians, we talk about God’s Will as something that we do or seek to carry out. We debate the extent of free will and what degree of choice we have in the salvation process.