Take a look at some of the items that you can find deals on this month.
Although money may be tight so soon after the holidays, there are great buys in January that are worth the expense. Some are obvious: wrapping paper, Christmas decorations and like seasonal products. Others may surprise you: frozen finger foods, chocolate and linens. Take a look at the following 23 products and see if there’s something you know you will need this year. By thinking ahead a few months, you will actually boost your budget’s bottom line in the long run.
God's best for us is waiting if we are patient, but how do we balance that with trying to make things happen in our own power in the meantime?
The new year is upon us, whether we are ready for it or not. After all the New Year’s Eve celebrations end, each of us will hit our alarm clocks the next morning with 365 days ahead to pursue whatever it is we choose. The questions are, though; what will we choose and how hard will we choose to pursue it? These questions lead me to yet another question — what is the balance between trying to make things happen in our own power and relying on God’s? I’ve often heard my Christian friends and mentors say that everything good happens in God’s own timing but how patient should we be when we are all staring at the same calendar and the same clock ticking away each day? When pursuing anything, whether it be a new job, new relationship or anything…