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
While in a Sunday night church service recently, God spoke to me in a strong tone: “My words will not return void!” Though I didn’t see anything with my physical eyes or hear anything audibly, I sensed that He was standing in front of me. He wasn’t angry but urgent. I knew He wanted me … Continue reading No Useless Word
In Your hand is power and might. 1 Chronicles 29:12 The sovereign God of the universe has committed Himself to write the history of earth. But He has willed to do it through people, and He invites you and me to respond with chapters of bold accomplishments done in His name. … Continue reading The Power Is His
Something I posted on my Facebook page recently! God values YOU! When we’re concerned about our value, the devil will speak lies to our minds and point us to the lies of our culture. Jesus, however, will speak the truth of His Word to our hearts and point us to the Cross - the greatest … Continue reading Worth It All!
Everyone tends to think a little bit more about the Christmas account the closer they get to December. However, there is so much to learn from the story any time of the year. The entire story is incredible. We see angels heralding heavenly messages to men below. We read of wealthy wise men and their … Continue reading A Willing Heart
The Bible instructs us to train up our children in the “way they should go.” (Proverbs 22:6) The way they should go is clearly found in God’s Word. No other institute, person, or government holds the power to be “the way” (John 14:6). If we want to be successful in our parenting, we should make … Continue reading Parenting with Deuteronomy