I just saw a post from someone who calls themself a believer stating that it’s God’s judgment that George Michael is dead because he’s gay and that he deserved it. The outrage from those who support the homosexual community was understandable . Continue reading
Today I picked up a silver tray I’ve had sitting out in my home and had a moment of frustration about the tarnish on it. It is very common to hear the analogy drawn of silver being refined in fire, Continue reading
I love bibles. Even though I tend to use my phone more often than an actual bible I still love having and holding the actual book. It makes me happy even to just see them. As a result I have Continue reading
Too often we view our calls as individual things to be achieved rather than a piece of a Master’s plan to accomplish a greater goal. Ironically our singular focus often ends up hurting ourselves when the Father doesn’t do things Continue reading
We were not intended to carry burdens. The number of stress-related illnesses bear witness to that fact. And yet we continually want to hang on to them… why? Ultimately, I believe it comes down to a trust issue.
Yesterday, I was sharing with a friend a story Rick Joyner shared in his book The Final Quest. When I first read the book years ago, it touched me greatly. But the story that impacted me the most is one Continue reading
The Lord brought to mind the Matthew 5:13 verse from the Sermon on the Mount about salt. You are the salt of the earth, but if salt has lost its taste, how shall its saltiness be restored? It is no Continue reading