Do you ever feel like you just need to catch your breath? We live in a fast-paced culture that seems to never stop. In the midst of that, we often find ourselves with no margin for error in our schedule, our finances, or our relationships. And that lack of margin harms all three of those areas. Most of all, the frantic pace of our lives can damage our relationship with God. In this message, Bro. Lyle discusses our need to find some breathing room.
Time is perhaps our most precious commodity. We often live as if we have all the time in the world, when our time is limited. In this message, Bro. Lyle looks at Moses' understanding of time from Psalm 90 and reminds us to "number our days."
Our world has sold us on the idea that as our standard of living increases, so does our quality of life. Jesus, on the other hand, had a different understanding of those two. In this message, Bro. Lyle reminds us that breathing room in our finances may lead to a lower standard of living but a higher quality of life.
Many people today suffer from "hurry sickness." Whether we find ourselves speeding up activities daily, multi-tasking, or just treating people poorly, we often find ourselves caught in a cycle of speed that is unsustainable. Unfortunately, what suffers most in those times are the relationships that are closest to us. In the final sermon of our "Breathing Room" series, Bro. Lyle explains that cheating may be the answer to your fast-paced life.