My grandpa, my mom’s dad, underwent five-bypass heart surgery in the ’90s. As he was going into surgery, he quoted part of Psalm 23. But when he was waiting, unconscious, in recovery, the devil paid him a visit in a vision. The devil wanted Grandpa to go with him. But Grandpa knew better. “You can’t … Continue reading You Can’t Have Me
Every year the world celebrates Easter. For some, it’s simply a springtime day of fun to hunt for eggs, decorate with bunnies, and have a special dinner with family. For Christians, however, it’s a day to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus from the tomb the third day after His death. It’s a fun day that … Continue reading You Need a Resurrection
My husband Michael likes to make his own air popped popcorn. Because we like to eat healthy, Michael seasons it himself rather than using a store-bought mix. We all enjoy it—except when it comes to the salt. Michael likes his salty, and since we use sea salt, it turns out very salty. After complaining about … Continue reading Are You Salty?
What Not to Do in the Last Days What is the Last Days? Biblically, the Last Days is the time in history between Jesus’ birth and His return (Acts 1:9-11, 1 Thessalonians 5:36). He clearly promised He would come again and that we should be expecting it (Matthew 24, James 3). But what do … Continue reading The Dos and Don’ts of the Last Days
As Christians, we are in a race. Not a physical race, but a spiritual one. While the world is racing for temporary dreams, wealth, and success, we are racing for a spiritual cause with far greater rewards. It’s a race designed by God, not man. “Therefore we also, since we are surrounded by so great … Continue reading Running to Win
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