The Power Is His

        In Your hand is power and might. 1 Chronicles 29:12 The sovereign God of the universe has committed Himself to write the history of earth. But He has willed to do it through people, and He invites you and me to respond with chapters of bold accomplishments done in His name. … Continue reading The Power Is His

Attributes of a Victor

We would all like to be victors – overcomers in every area of life. The truth is, if we’ve received Jesus as our Lord and Savior, we are victors! However, our lives and its imperfections can make us believe that we are not.  That is why we must believe in what we cannot see or … Continue reading Attributes of a Victor

No Unmovable Mountain

When a "mountain," a problem, doesn't move in our lives like we want, we often want to shift the blame on God. We think perhaps He really isn't who He says He is, or He has some hidden reason for not moving it. Though God's power is ultimately what moves a mountain, that power can't … Continue reading No Unmovable Mountain

Just As He Said

God is a perfect example of faithfulness.  Many well-meaning people may attempt to exemplify faithfulness, but they can’t hold a candle to God’s perfect, promise-keeping nature.  His very name is “Faithful and True” (Revelation 19:11), and He keeps His word to a “thousand generations” (Psalm 105:8).  In fact, Numbers 23:19 says, “God is not a … Continue reading Just As He Said

The Power of Our Words Over Our Children

The following is an article I wrote for our church nursery's newsletter.  I have posted it under "Baby Pages" above as well.  A resource I highly recommend and use is "Preborn Prodigy," a CD of prayers and confessions spoken over your child.  I personally love it! http://www.prebornprodigy.com So much power is in the spoken word … Continue reading The Power of Our Words Over Our Children