Mercy at Church

Mercy is defined as not getting what you deserve.  We have all needed and appreciated it at one time or another.  Generally, what preceded it was something that required justice, a punishment for what we deserved.  One such story is found in John 8:2-11: Now early in the morning He came again into the temple, and … Continue reading Mercy at Church

A Hero Named Dalo

This photo and article clip was featured in the Voice Of The Martyrs magazine. I wonder, could most ADULT Christians be this spiritually mature when faced with hardship? Someone taught this little boy well...and he listened. “One of our brothers affected by this [Nigerian] attack with 8-year-old was Dalo. Everyone in his family was killed … Continue reading A Hero Named Dalo

Isaiah and The List

It’s easy for us to categorize Scripture to work for only one area of our lives.  We say “my God shall supply all my needs” for paying our mortgage, but not for buying weekly groceries. We say “no plague shall come near our dwelling” when it comes to some exotic virus, but forget to apply … Continue reading Isaiah and The List

Good People, Faith People

Just like we're not saved by our "good works," we are not healed or blessed in any other way by those works. We cannot earn our covenant blessings purchased on the cross. Though being a "good person" is commendable and needful, God is only moved by our faith!  Hebrews 11:6 But without faith it is … Continue reading Good People, Faith People