When Peace Snoozes, Part 2

Jesus' Example Jesus is our perfect example of everything godly, including peace.  We never see in the Bible examples of Him running around in distress.  Why should He be stressed and anxious?  He knew His authority over evil, so He had no reason to fear. He had faith in God’s ability to protect Him, regardless … Continue reading When Peace Snoozes, Part 2

The Heart of a Shepherd

We often use John 10:10 as our “go-to” verse when explaining that evil comes from the devil and not from God: “The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.”  But if we read the entire … Continue reading The Heart of a Shepherd

Because It’s Supernatural

God made us with a unique set of five senses: smelling, tasting, feeling, hearing, and seeing.  They are what make us compatible to live in this natural world He made.  Without them, we would self-destruct because we couldn’t make solid decisions.  We’d burn ourselves if we couldn’t sense something was hot.  We’d run into things … Continue reading Because It’s Supernatural

Let Your Enemy Hear Your Voice

It was a quiet Saturday afternoon as I cuddled up with my Bible in my tiny second-story apartment living room.  Quiet, until I heard heavy footsteps outside on the porch that joined my apartment to my neighbor’s.  Two male voices proceeded to carry on an animated conversation outside my front door. Frowning, I went to … Continue reading Let Your Enemy Hear Your Voice

The Authority of Living Royalty

It may seem like we as Christians are merely humans located on a deteriorating planet.  The reality is that we’re just “sojourners and pilgrims” on this earth (I Peter 2:11).  This world is not our home or permanent residence.  In fact, our actual location in God’s eyes is a place of reigning with Him in … Continue reading The Authority of Living Royalty