I’m Dr. Bob and for just a mentoring minute, I want to talk about shopping. I am one of those rare men who loves to shop. Through the years, my wife has trained me to look at the price tags before I buy. It wasn’t always like that. I used to be unrestrained and willing to buy anything at any price. but I have learned the value of what something costs. Now, when I go shopping I am alert to the big sales that are offered. When I look at a price tag, I love to see two or three markdowns that make the price a real bargain. Give me a markdown and I will quickly go for it! Aren’t you thankful that there are no markdowns in heaven? When Jesus died for your sins, He paid the full price for you. Today, when God thinks of your value to Him, He knows He paid the full price, without any markdowns. You are His treasure and worth every bit of the price He paid. Never put yourself on the markdown rack. Your price tag is written in the blood of Jesus! Share this with someone who needs to know how much God really values them. I’m Dr. Bob. Contact me at www.mentoringministry.com and let me know what you think.
I’m Dr. Bob and for just a mentoring minute I want challenge you to consider eight words that can change your circumstances, even as they change your life. In Acts, Chapter 9, Saul was on a road to destruction. There, in a blinding flash of glory, he met the King of Kings. All he could do was surrender to eight life-giving words. He asked, “Lord, what do You want me to do?” As he received his answer, the dark fog of sin lifted. With darkened eyes and an enlightened heart, Saul saw the way. Now love would light the journey to his destiny. He found his highway to heaven. Speak those same eight words, “Lord, what do you want me to do?” Watch the darkness lift, and take a walk with Jesus! I’m Dr. Bob. Contact me at www.mentoringministry.com and let me know how the journey is going.
I’m Dr. Bob and for just a mentoring minute I want to talk with you about the beauty of being broken by His love. I heard Michael Card singing about it on the radio in the quiet of my night. I was so taken by remembering how God so graciously broke into my life with the power of His love. Let His love break into your life, even as you hear this. Please share this with someone who needs to hear it. I’m Dr. Bob. Contact me at www.mentoringministry.com and let me know how this short message touched you.
I’m Dr. Bob and for just a mentoring minute I’d like to talk to you about what was right with the Wright brothers. They knew the value of a good crash! Every time they tried to fly their first airplane, they brought what was necessary to rebuild what was going to be broken. They just made the repairs and tried again until one day their dream began to fly. Sometimes you have to crash and rebuild. Just keep trying. I’m Dr. Bob. Contact me at www.mentoringministry.com and let me know what you think.
I’m Dr. Bob and for just a mentoring minute I’d like to a word with you. I was listening to my radio in the quiet of my night when I heard a song entitled “Mercy said no.” it reminded me of the miraculous time in my life when mercy stepped in and stood between me and my sin. It said no to my destruction and yes to my redemption. Now would be a good time to remind yourself of when Christ stepped into your life, as He did in mine… and mercy said no, even as grace said yes. I’m Dr. Bob. Contact me at www.mentoringministry.com and share your testimony with me.
I’m Dr. Bob, and for just a mentoring minute I want to talk to you about being supercharged. A friend of mine who mentors others in ministry, joyfully told me how excited he was to be so helpful to a particular person he mentored today. When he told me how satisfying the experience was, I thought to myself, “Man, is he ever energized! He is supercharged! What a great place to be. He feels so blessed because he was a blessing.” I know that if you help someone today in a way that makes a real difference in that person’s life, you will feel supercharged too. You will be energized with power and excited to be so fruitful and significant! Share this with someone. I’m Dr. Bob. Contact me at www.mentoringministry.com and let me know what you think.
I’m Dr. Bob and for just a mentoring minute I want to ask you the question, What about tomorrow? Does thinking of tomorrow cause you to worry? Matthew 6:34 tells us not to worry about tomorrow because tomorrow will take care of itself. If you spend your time worrying about tomorrow you may fail to realize your opportunities for today. If you embrace your opportunities for your todays, they will become the stepping-stones upon which you will walk into many victorious, joy-filled tomorrows. This would be an excellent opportunity to remind yourself that God is at work in your life today… and He will be there for you tomorrow. Here is the point. Do something with today’s blessings, so you can expect more of them tomorrow. Encourage a friend with these thoughts. I’m Dr. Bob. Contact me at www.mentoringministry and let me know what you think.