Thought for the week — Humans need to learn to love each other. If we learned to love each other, there’d be no wars, no killing, no raping, no fighting. We, human beings, have got to learn how to love one another.
Thought for the week: The direction of your steps and the quality of your life will be determined by the level of your service. Someone very nearby needs your help today. The next move is yours.
Thought for the week: Need strength? Slow down; get more rest; engage in regular, sensible exercise; and turn your troubles over to God — but not necessarily in that order.
Thought for the week: Unless you are willing to guard your thought, you will never be able to guard your heart. So, focus on blessing, not hardships, and opportunities, not roadblocks.
Thought for the week — God does not answer all of our prayers in the affirmative. When we are disappointed by the realities of life here on earth, we should remember that our prayers are always answered by an all-knowing God and that we must trust Him, whatever the answer.
Thought for the week: Jesus offers you the Truth, with a capital T. How you respond to His Truth will determine the directions and the destination of your life.
Thought for the week: Cheerfulness is its own reward, but not its only reward. When you sow a positive attitude, you’ll reap a positive life.
Thought for the week: God has made many promises to you, and He will keep every single one of them. Your job is to trust God’s word and to live accordingly.
Thought for the week: Here is a time-tested formula for success: Have faith in God and do the work. Hard work is not simply a proven way to get ahead. It’s also part of God’s plan for all his children (including you).
Thought for the week: God wants you to serve Him now, not later. So, don’t put off until tomorrow the good works you can perform for Him today!
Thought for the week: God does not answer all of our prayers in the affirmative. When we are disappointed by the realities of life here on Earth, we should remember that our prayers are always answered by an all-knowing God, and that we must trust Him, whatever the answer.
Williamson County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested a man and woman from Spring Hill Saturday in connection with an investigation into mailbox thefts from around the county.
Thought for the week: If you want God’s guidance, ask for it. When you pray for guidance, the Lord will give it. He will guide your steps if you let him. Let him!
Thought for the week: God has a wonderful plan for your life. The time to start looking for that plan — and living it — is now. Discovering God’s plan begins with prayer, but it does not end there. You also have to work at it.
Thought for the week: You cannot do anything that God cannot forgive; God forgives sin when you ask, so ask! God stands ready to forgive. The next move is yours.
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.