Jack’s Winning Words 6/17/16
“This could be his “Come-to-Jesus moment.” (Jeff Passon) Passon’s comment was about a baseball player who needed to change his attitude on the playing field. Even his own teammates were tired of his antics. A “Come to Jesus moment” is a wake-up call. In U.S. history there was a period called, The Great Awakening, when many people turned from evil ways to a Godly life. Reassessment is good for all of us. How can I make my life better…today? ;-) Jack
FROM ST PAUL IN ST PAUL: i have wondered on occasion where that phrase came from. it could imply a kind of judgement (harsh?) but it could also mean a corrective of some kind which we can all use from time to time...and does anyone ever have a come to Buddha moment? etc....====JACK: I think that I've had more than one c-t-J moments in my life, realizing that I can't do it alone.
FROM TARMART REV: I'm awakened to that possibility today--thank you for the challenge!!====JACK: It's never a bad thing to have a Come-to-Jesus moment.
FROM CHESTER THE GOOD: You helped make it better already. Got me thinking more positive. Thanks