Many Christians try to have quiet time with God in the morning when they start their day. Many people have their variations, but it should include some time talking to God, prayer.
We have friends and we like to spend time with them. But it is God who is our best friend. He saved us from hell and he deserves our time. Really, he deserves more time than just the morning. Find times during the day to spend time with him.
But spending time with God is like developing a relationship. It is easier to talk with someone as a person, so it can be tough talking to God who doesn’t always respond right away and who we can not see. I believe that the more time I spend praying to God, the more comfortable I will be at praying. And the more time I spend with him, the MORE I want to spend time with him.
I can share with him my hopes. I can share with him my dreams. I can share with him my problems. And I know he WILL listen to me because he cares for me.
God never gives up on me. He works on me and I learn as I pray. I will spend time with him in order to listen to him. And when I pray, I learn what his voice sounds like.
I want to pray more and spend more time with my Heavenly Father, don’t you?
So there is this podcast called Audio Theatre Central. So I am going to review this podcast which reviews family-friendly audio dramas.
They mainly focus on what they call “the top 3” which is Adventures in Odyssey, Lamplighter Theatre, and FOTF’s Radio Theatre. In addition, they also review the Extraordinary Adventures of G. A. Henty, Jonathan Park, and other goodies. They even, once in awhile, do discussion episodes, when they talk about a topic related to audio dramas. In addition, they occasionally interview people and wrap up the episode with feedback and some jokes.
Guys, I really enjoy this podcast! The guys, JD, Roy, and Andrew, are very fun to listen to. They are funny and are into behind the scenes info like me. They have introduced me to audio dramas I’ve never heard of before, like Lamplighter. And they sometime catch things I didn’t.
My all time favorite episode is one of their discussion episodes, episode 56. They chat with Bill Heid, the executive producer of the Extraordinary Adventures of G. A. Henty, and they discus the difference between audio and visual entertainment. It’s a must hear!
Even though they review family friendly media, there have been a few productions with occasional mild language. If I were you, I would probably avoid these.
Other than that, great show! I love listening to them! They’re very nice, go check them out!
I’ve been following Christ for over nine years. And God has done so much for me. He’s also taught me a lot, and one thing I learned it I Can’t Back Down.
The world has their views. They say what they want to say. And what they are going to say goes against what God says. Either I do or don’t back down.
The world may look at me like I’m crazy. They might laugh and scoff at me. But I know Jesus is better and I can’t back down.
They might taunt me. They may scoff at me. They may do evil to me. But I know Christ. And he has my crown. I can’t back down.
I remember listening to an Odyssey episode that Jason quoted Whit who said that me and Jesus is greater than anyone. Amen! With his help, I won’t back down.
God is all I need. He gives my every breath. And I’m his vessel. I can’t back down.
Everyone, Christians and non-Christians alike, is kept alive by God. God could stop giving breath to those who don’t believe in him. But he let’s them live. But they won’t acknowledge him. They are rebelling against the one who gives him his every breath. I don’t want to rebel against my Creator. I won’t back down.
I know what I believe. They are true to me. I will proclaim this good news! I will not back down!
You believe what you believe, but does it live up to the truth? Are you living a lie? Find God and find the truth.
As for me and my house, we won’t back down!
I’ll be honest, running this website is increasing my faith.
First off, I have devotions. I am writing what I know, but I also have the excuse to study up some more!
Then I am exercising faith. After Christmas time, I was freaking out because I was a tad short on devotion ideas. Then on New Year’s Eve, God gave me like 10 devotions ideas. I probably have 25+ devotion ideas written down somewhere. (About 5 of them were before this website came to mind.) Amen!
And I am “meeting” new people. I am talking with some I know, like Chris Green and Trenton, and some that just appear out of the blue, like mimeforJesus, Elizabeth, and Jackson. I’m glad I know so many Christians! I’ll have a lot of friends in Heaven!
You’re all supporting me and I appreciate that! But I thank God the most, for the nearly unlimited creativity he had given me.
You all are AWESOME!!!!!!!!
I love media. I love consuming media and creating media. And I’d like to share a tip for content creators.
First, I want to say that without God, everything is pointless. God deserves to be the center of everything. But without God, life and media have no meaning. Our lives are doomed without God because we’d be going to hell. But with God, we have meaning and new life.
All right, back to media. What is the point of media if we aren’t growing mentally and spiritually, being inspired by stories and testimonies, and thinking about current issues and topics with a Godly perspective? I can’t think of anything. Really, media is one big fat waste of time.
Now some may enjoy comedy, me too. But, what? Laughs are for only a few seconds and then die away. But the spiritual truths have been impressed into the heart forever. I love it whenever I see comedy with a point.
If you’re shy about writing about your faith because you feel like it needs more developing, writing does help! Also you get feedback from the fans about the spiritual topics you addressed and you can learn together! And also spending time with God helps your spiritual life and writing.
If you write about your faith and write about what you know and have learned, then you can be a blessing to others. Who knows? Maybe you have discovered things others haven’t or have insight that others don’t possess.
And sometimes sharing about your personal life and what God has done for you can be such a blessing from others. Just write from the heart and let the Holy Spirit move within you.