In urban areas where ground space is limited, air rights are often given as the right to use and develop the space above the earth’s surface. The concept comes from the Latin phrase, Cuius est solum, eius est usque ad coelum et ad inferos meaning “Whoever owns the soil, it …Continue reading →
God is teaching me again the beauty of taking every thought captive. Far too long I’ve had the tendency to analyze, wonder, and try to figure out when I hear something or see something and “go there” in my mind. However, I’ve found I don’t have to ponder every story, …Continue reading →
Ever been trapped in a mind spin? The brain whirls and tries to process what happened or what might happen. Synapses fire like crazy trying to process what someone did, or said, or what we did or said. We wind up mind spinning on our problems, or someone else’s problems, …Continue reading →
Anyone else have head battles? You know, battles that take place in your head? If someone gave out trophies for this non-sport, I would have a shelf full. Sometimes I’ll wake up in the middle of the night thinking about an uncomfortable conversation that needs to happen, or someone who …Continue reading →
My mind whirled with possible scenarios. If “this” thing happened, how would I respond? What would I need to do and say? If “that” thing happened, how would I respond, what would I need to do and say? The more I analyzed and worried the less prepared I felt for …Continue reading →
When God led the Israelites out of the wilderness, He granted each tribe a portion of land, an inheritance. Unfortunately much of the land was already occupied and many of the tribes allowed the squatters to remain. And the negative results remain evident today. When we make Jesus Lord of our lives and become Christ followers, we are granted an eternal inheritance, a new life. However, many Christians aren’t living unhindered lives. They aren’t walking in freedom because they haven’t evicted the squatters that remain in their minds and thoughts.