Priceless (Part 2)

Maria I. MorganBlog Archive, Understanding God's Plan0 Comments

I want these traits to be evident in my life. I’m sure you do too! Today we’ll see the meekness Jesus displayed throughout His lifetime. Our attention will be drawn to some amazing promises associated with meekness. And because of the work of the Holy Spirit within us, we’ll be reminded that we, too, can exhibit this desirable fruit.
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Priceless (Part 1)

Maria I. MorganBlog Archive, Understanding God's Plan

Would others define you as meek? It’s not a word we use every day, and oftentimes we confuse meekness with weakness. Truth is we’d be wise to allow the Holy Spirit to develop this trait in our lives. The dictionary defines the term meek as gentle, tender; free from pride. Read More

Keep Your Head in the Game

Maria I. MorganBible Studies, Blog Archive

A few years ago, I had the brilliant idea to paint our master bathroom. Not able to draw a straight line with a pencil, let alone paint one with a brush, I opted to use painter’s tape to eliminate extra work. With everything trimmed out in fancy blue tape, I started rolling the first coat of paint on the walls. Read More

Getting a Little More is Never Enough

Maria I. MorganBible Studies, Blog Archive

Money motivates. Unfortunately, it doesn’t bring lasting satisfaction. You’re probably familiar with the story of John D. Rockefeller, the Ohio native who started Standard Oil:
“Rockefeller was at one point the world’s richest man and first ever American billionaire. Read More

Walking Your Talk?

Maria I. MorganBible Studies, Blog Archive

With a background in fitness and nutrition, and knowledge about the evils of sugar, it’s kind of embarrassing for me to admit I have the biggest sweet tooth ever. I enjoy baking and have used sugary confections as a reward more than a time or two. While a balanced diet can include the occasional dessert – I have to limit myself so things don’t get out of hand. Read More

Training That Lasts

Maria I. MorganBible Studies, Blog Archive

My Dad’s chronic illness played a major role in determining my course of study in college. I knew I wanted to pursue something in the field of wellness. A job that focused on healthy lifestyle choices as opposed to rehab was right up my alley. Read More