Author Archives: CJ Rapp
“Walk in wisdom toward those who are outside, redeeming the time. Let your speech always be with grace, seasoned with salt, that you may know how you ought to answer each one.” Colossians 4:5–6 (NKJV) Not another one of those calls… “Want to sell your house?” “Do you want to extend your home warranty… how […]
And by the way, when we turn worldly thoughts, attitudes, or beliefs upside down, we are actually setting them upright from a Kingdom perspective.
Understand this, my beloved brothers and sisters. Let everyone be quick to hear (be a careful, thoughtful listener), slow to speak (a speaker of carefully chosen words and), slow to anger (patient, reflective, forgiving); for the (resentful, deep-seated) anger of man does not product the righteousness of God (that standard of behavior which He requires […]
Our attitude and His attributes then spill over into our home and all those living in it because we reflect what we give our face time too!
We must remind ourselves daily of who we are in Christ, and of the character of God or our heart and mind will become afflicted by the evil around us and we will see EVERYTHING as evil and it’s not.
People sometimes say why read the Bible? How is it even relevant for the challenges I face today? I’m here to tell you it is absolutely relevant! The Bible reveals to us who God is and demonstrates his goodness in every chapter and book, it’s also meant to guide us, protect us, and preserve our […]
A family who prays together, who stands together in faith filled agreement can stand against any attack of the enemy.
When I invest my time in His Word, worship, and prayer my heart becomes saturated with his goodness and grace and the sweet song of His voice singing over me calms my heart and renews my faith.
If you don’t have something nice to say then don’t say it at all! That is what my Momma used to say. And you know what? She was right! This morning I was behind two women who were gossiping about another gal. It was clear to me they did not know her… but for some […]
One of my favorite questions asked weekly at a church I attended called The Following was, “where did you see Jesus this week?” It was a simple yet complex question… I called it the cricket question because people had to stop and think where did I see Jesus in my circumstances, relationships, challenges, victories… […]