Choose Your Soil

Matthew 13:1-23 is the well-known Parable of the Sower. It tells of a sower who scattered the seed of God’s Word on the soil, or hearts, of four people. Following the parable, Jesus explains it so His disciples could understand:  “Listen then to the [meaning of the] parable of the sower: When anyone hears the word of the … Continue reading Choose Your Soil

Your Introduction

God changed Abram's name to Abraham so he would introduce himself by saying, "Hi! I'm the father of many nations!" My daughter Amaris (Hebrew) will introduce herself with, "Hi! I'm whom God has promised!" What kind of introduction are we making in our daily conversations as we discuss our lives? Are people hearing us say, … Continue reading Your Introduction

The Torn Veil

Everything about redemption is beautiful, powerful, and supernatural.  None if it is without significance.  One of my favorite details of the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection is what happened when He declared, “It’s is finished!” And Jesus cried out again with a loud voice, and yielded up His spirit. Then, behold, the veil of … Continue reading The Torn Veil

The Blood Is Enough

The Blood Is Enough Redemption cried for justice only blood could satisfy. The Lamb came down from glory as heaven’s sacrifice. Shed blood poured down the altar, atonement to be made. Such love no one had given as the price of sin was paid. *** The blood is enough poured from the Lamb that died … Continue reading The Blood Is Enough

The Power of a Choice

  As many choices as we face every day, we often forget that we’re not the only one who has had to make them.  God has also been faced with choices – one especially that will impact us for eternity.  Though our choices might be based on our needs and desires, God’s choice was based … Continue reading The Power of a Choice