Serving Where God Places Us


Inspirational Slide Presentations
Being Human
You Are More
Young Souls
Paint A Thought
God's Tapestry
Within Us
A Comfortable Silence
At The Window
The Wealthiest Man
Driving Away The Shadows
Standing Still
A Life That Matters
Eternal Instants
The Atheist's Holiday
Exercise Your Soul
The Art of Letting Go
My Quilt
Alone I Am Nothing
Time - Your Greatest Gift
I Hope by Paul Harvey
Refining Silver
Loving God's Way
Overcoming A Broken Heart
When I Am Lonely
Serving Where God Places Us
Touching Billy
Between You and God
The Wolves Within
The Empty Chair
A Walk To School

 In the eleventh century, King Henry III 
of Bavaria grew tired of court life and 
the pressures of being a monarch. He 
made application to Prior Richard at 
a local monastery, asking to be accepted 
as a contemplative and spend the rest 
of his life in the monastery. 
"Your Majesty," said Prior Richard, "do you
 understand that the pledge  here is one of 
obedience? That will be hard because you have 
been a king." 
"I understand," said Henry. "The rest of my 
life I will be obedient to you, as Christ leads you." 
"Then I will tell you what to do," said Prior Richard. "
Go back to your throne  and serve faithfully in the 
place where God has put you." 
When King Henry died, a statement was written: 
"The King learned to rule by being obedient." 
When we tire of our roles and responsibilities, 
it helps to remember God has planted us in a certain
place and told us to be a good accountant or teacher 
or mother or father. Christ expects us to be faithful where he puts us, and when he
returns, we'll rule together with him.