Author Archives: Stan Guthrie
I live with a woman who practices relentless kindness.
“Work is a blessing. God has so arranged the world that work is necessary, and He gives us hands and strength to do it. The enjoyment of leisure would be nothing if we had only leisure. It is the joy … Continue reading
“There is no ongoing spiritual life without this process of letting go. At the precise point where we refuse, growth stops. If we hold tightly to anything given to us, unwilling to let it go when the time comes to … Continue reading
“If we really have too much to do, there are some items on the agenda which God did not put there. Let us submit the list to Him and ask Him to indicate which items we must delete. There is … Continue reading
With Donald Trump now inaugurated, all Americans should wish their new president well, whatever their misgivings about his character and fitness for office. Yesterday I saw him soberly lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Perhaps the … Continue reading
Once, when signing something for me, international evangelist Luis Palau graciously included these verses. I have never forgotten it. “May he grant you your heart’s desire and fulfill all your plans! May we shout for joy over your salvation, and … Continue reading
“One reason we are so harried and hurried is that we make yesterday and tomorrow our business, when all that legitimately concerns us is today.” ― Elisabeth Elliot
Moody Radio Florida’s John Blok interviewed me about my BreakPoint column, “Dreams and Divine Interruptions.” At the end, he asked a clarifying question about knowing how to sense God’s messages to us. Here’s my response.
Well, the new inductees to Major League Baseball’s Hall of Fame were announced yesterday. As usual, more discussion was generated concerning those who didn’t get in than those who did–in particular, Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds. There seems to be … Continue reading
“One does not surrender a life in an instant. That which is lifelong can only be surrendered in a lifetime.” ― Elisabeth Elliot