November Slam Devo

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November Slam Devo

God Is In Control

Wow today has been a crazy day, I don’t have any pictures to prove it unfortunately but last night I got back to my house at around 11:30pm and there was no snow on the ground and even though there where some flakes expected in the forecast the city where I live was supposed to be hit lightly. So you can imagine my surprise when I woke up this morning opened my window and saw a foot of snow on top of my car. And no I am not exaggerating there was literally a foot of snow on my car. Do I mind, not really. Although the sudden change really had be thinking about how little control we as humans actually have. For example look even at the power of the oceans or of huge thunder storms. How can we as man control things like that? I concluded with simply, we can’t. God is in, and will always be in control. This week I was listening to someone and they where getting discouraged and saying that there was no peace on earth and they where getting overwhelmed by all of the wars going on, but then they stopped and thought about random acts of kindness and nature and the ones working hard to do good, and this person concluded by saying God is not dead and he is not asleep. Amen to that, God is in control! ENJOY THE SNOW!

Terry Molinaro

God Is In Control

It’s All About Perspective

What’s going on, I trust you had a great week, I want to talk about something quickly, I remember awhile back I bought a couch ( I know what type of 21 year old am I ). As I bought the couch I calculated how long it would take me to make the money back that I just spent on the couch, as I did I was starting to feel frustrated but immediately I felt God stop me where I was and say, “Be Grateful that you where even able to buy the couch”. Immediately this shook me and changed my outlook. Even today I went to Walmart and as I was given my total instead of complaining about food prices I thought to myself, you know what, thank God I am fortunate enough to be able to pay for these groceries. A few hours later my gas tank was running low so I stopped at a station and filled up my tank and instead of complaining that I had to stop for gas yet again, I thanked God that I had the means to pay for gas so I can drive to where I need to go. The more time I spend here on earth the more I realize it is all about perspective.

It’s All About Perspective