When we hire the wrong people, we expose our organization to loss. The wrong person can cost your endeavor thousands of dollars, wound your team moral, negatively impact your customers, create a culture of distrust, and the list of possible grievances only gets darker and more devastating.
Like you, I have been exposed to good people as well as others who can be described differently. This proverb is screaming out to the young and to those seeking companionship.
As true believers, we envision this same comfort and hope available to all. That's why Jesus' command to "go and make disciples" is our labor of love.
Many folks don't like the phrase "Fear God." They often explain this by reminding us that God is gracious and loving and therefore, there is no need for fear. Indeed, Scripture and our blessings of life would agree that God is loving but that's not all it says about him.
Many movies have been produced about Jesus. Most of them portray a portion of his ministry, crucifixion, and resurrection.
Do you remember the Pilate-Jesus scene included in most of these films? Jesus and Pilate are having a "behind-the-scenes mini trial. Jesus explains to Pilate that he has come to testify to the truth. But Pilate responds with skepticism asking, "What is Truth?" (John 18:28-38)
It's a snowy Sunday morning in Colorado. The type of day and weather that encourages me to reflect. As humans, we have passion. To some this is news but to most I am stating the obvious. Our Creator intentional designed us with passion. Though it can vary in levels of intensity and flavor, we are gifted with this essence.