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Thought for the week: God has a plan for your life, a divine calling that only you can fulfill. How you choose to respond to his calling will determine the direction you take and the contributions you make.
Thought for the week: All of your talents and opportunities come from God. Give him the thanks and give him the glory. Remember the appropriate moment to praise God is always this one.
Thought for the week: The best rule for making and keeping friends is, not surprisingly, the golden rule. To have good friends, be a good friend.
Anyone looking for last-minute Christmas meal additions are in luck, as numerous area restaurants and bakeries will be open for a limited time today — yes, on Christmas Eve.
Thought for the week: God can make all things new, including you! When you are weak or worried, he can renew your spirit and restore your strength. Your job, of course, is to let him!
Thought for the week: Throughout this day, pause and say silent prayers of thanks. When you do, you’ll discover that a grateful heart reaps countless blessings that a hardened heart will never know.
Can it really be November? With unseasonably high temperatures, a presidential election and the ongoing COVID-19 situation, there has been plenty to help us lose track of time this year.
Thought for the week: If you want more from life, ask more from God. If you’re pursuing a worthy goal, ask God’s help — and keep asking — until he answers your prayers.
Not much can draw a crowd these days, but dozens of county residents gathered outside the Williamson County Administrative Complex Thursday evening before a planning commission meeting to share their opinions on zoning and development.
Thought for the week: Think about your relationship with Jesus. What it is, and what it can be. Then, as you embark upon the next phase of your life’s journey, be sure to walk with your savior every step of the way.
Thought for the week: The bigger the decision, the more carefully you should listen to your conscience. The bigger the choice, the more carefully you should listen to God’s voice.
Thought for the week: Today and every day, remember that every step of your life’s journey is a choice, and the overall quality of your decisions will help determine the overall quality of the journey.
Aunt Frances was a collector. She never threw away anything, including copious amounts of correspondence she had accumulated over her 83 years of living.
Thought for the week: When all else fails, God’s love does not. You can always depend upon God’s love, and he is always your ultimate protection.
Thought for the week: Unless you are willing to guard your thoughts, you will never be able to guard your heart. Focus on blessings, not hardships, and opportunities, not roadblocks.
Thought for the week: As a Christian, you have every reason on earth and in heaven to have a positive attitude. After all, God is in charge. He loves you, and he’s prepared a place for you to live eternally with him. And that’s what really matters.
Thought for the week: Today, as you interact with family, friends and co-workers, share your courage, your hopes, your dreams and your enthusiasm. Your positive outlook will be almost as big a blessing to them as it is to you!