Tuesday’s Devotional 

I like many others struggle with my anger. As a pastor I need to understand that I have a flaw that needs to be worked on, not only to better myself but my family and those who need my help and guidance. I want to share a bible verse that helps me stop and take a breath. As children of God we must always strive to be more Christ like everyday and work on being righteous in the eyes of the Lord. I hope this helps you as much as it helps me.

James 1:19-20
My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry, because human anger does not produce the righteousness that God desires.

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Faith Love and Road School

Hello everyone, my name is Ramon Diaz. I am a medically retired Marine that is blessed to travel full time with my wonderful wife and our four children. We are a world school family and we enjoy the beauty the Lord surrounds us with.

2 thoughts on “Tuesday’s Devotional ”

  1. So correct! My own thoughts, realized through my processes, are that God made us with two eyes to observe better🙈, with two ears to listen intensely🙉, and only one mouth to speak more carefully🙊. If I apply this to my own human frailties, it gives me more pause to make better decisions.. Now, ..what shall I do with all those fingers?…👐

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    1. I love you Doug and thank you for your insights. God wants us to seek him, but we are also here to help each other. We are a community of followers, we are not a bunch of unreachable islands. I hope all is well with you!

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