God is the Author of new seasons. Though His nature and His Word never changes (Matthew 23:35; Malachi 3:6), God brings newness wherever He goes. We find evidence of this in the earth, world history, and even in the Bible. He clearly has no fear of change! Just as the physical seasons change from summer … Continue reading New Seasons
We all experience challenges in our lives. We’ve known sickness, financial lack, broken relationships, disappointments, and even the death of loved ones. As a result, we have had many opportunities to feel sad, discouraged, and depressed. Like a wet and ratty bathrobe, those feelings and emotions may cling to us, reminding us daily of our … Continue reading The Garment of Praise
Happy New Year from our house to yours! Wishing God's best for you as you expect His goodness in this new season! See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland. Isaiah 43:19 (NIV) Blessings, … Continue reading Happy New Year!
Your eyes saw my substance, being yet unformed. And in Your book they all were written, the days fashioned for me. When as yet there was none of them. (Psalm 139:16) In Psalm 139:16, the Bible talks about the concept of preordained destinies and says that you and me were in God’s heart and mind—and were … Continue reading Psalm 139:16 – Guest Post
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J25StleSQG8 I recently attended a revival service at my church. The speaker read the following story and the above video concerning John Harper, pastor from Scotland who was aboard the Titanic. This story is little known, but is one of true love as he sacrificed his life to save souls until he, too, succumbed to … Continue reading Jesus on the Titanic
This blog article was inspired by my Mom's passing in April. May we never forget who we are and where we're going! Eternity is ahead for all of us! According to Webster’s, eternity means “the quality or state of being eternal; infinite time, lasting throughout eternity; the state after death; a seemingly endless or immeasurable … Continue reading Living for Eternity