Your Part in Psalm 91

As you read through Scripture, you’ll see that God has provided many blessings for His children through the Cross. You’ll also find that God’s blessings are dependent on your action. They don’t come automatically. Even salvation requires action—faith, confession, and repentance (Romans 10:9, 10). While God has done His part through the Cross to make … Continue reading Your Part in Psalm 91

Identify the Fear Package

Several weeks before COVID-19 appeared, God challenged me to write down things that are fear-based, yet generally aren't identified as fear. I made that list (though I'm sure there's more), and with fear plaguing our world more the corona virus, I see why God had me study it out! He doesn't want fear in any … Continue reading Identify the Fear Package

The Spirit of Fear by Jack Hayford

In the old King James, 1 John 4:18 reads, "Fear hath torment." Another way I have thought about this throughout the years is that “fear hath torpedoes.” This is because the spirit of fear will take potshots at you and me every chance it gets. And maybe without even realizing it, we begin to duck … Continue reading The Spirit of Fear by Jack Hayford

God in Your Future

I've entered into a new season in my life and ministry recently.  Sometimes new seasons can be exciting!  But sometimes they can be intimidating when you don't know exactly what they're going to look like!  As I was praying about my future, God gave me what's below.  I hope it blesses you as much as … Continue reading God in Your Future

Live Love, Part 4

Who Do We Love We love God. (1John 4:19 KJV)  We love him, because he first loved us. We love strangers. (Deuteronomy 10:19 KJV) Love ye therefore the stranger: for ye were strangers in the land of Egypt. We love enemies. (Matthew 5:44 KJV)  But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse … Continue reading Live Love, Part 4

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