I have told you all this so that you may have peace in me. Here on earth you will have many trials and sorrows. But take heart, because I have overcome the world.” John 16:33 Difficulties and disappointments are guaranteed to come to every life. The outcome of every situation is our choice. We can … More Difficulties Guaranteed. Choose Outcome: Weariness or Worship.
Jump, Scooby, Jump! She’s four. She’s been on a horse for about four hours in her life. She knew what he could do. She knew what she wanted to do. She spoke clearly and told him so. Scooby, who loves jumping, ignored her. Her voice became more insistent until the words were a plaintive plea: … More Why won’t he listen to me?
On the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, looking to Jesus–our INTERCESSOR–is a blessed endeavor! May you enjoy this excerpt from my devotional, Fixing our Eyes on God. There are some wonderful, awe-inspiring revelations of Jesus that begin with “I.” He is the I am, the Image of the invisible God, immortal, immutable, … More Hearing God in Horrors of Hurt
The coming elections evoke much heated discussion. Every hot button topic of society flares up as the issues boil down to the choice of one candidate. This won’t be a piece on whom you should vote for or what you should consider. It is a glimpse of how God works individually in the midst of our lost world. … More What Good is Praying?
The prayerful spirit of Christ offers a shining facet to our transformed character! Christ’s commitment to communing with the Father is a design we must emulate. Despite being God incarnate, Jesus Christ demonstrated a high priority on prayer fellowship with God, the Father. Scriptural accounts show Christ seeking private prayer time throughout His earthly life. … More Let’s Look Like Jesus: Prayerful
“But you are holy, O you that inhabit the praises of Israel.” Psalm 22:3 It is often said that in this life, one is either in a battle, just coming out of one or soon to be in one. Battles are part of life. We have a powerful weapon for victory that is often forgotten. Praise. … More Blessing the Battlefield