There are no words in any language of the world, nor in the heavens above, to express the agony involved with being crucified. Men have tried to portray crucifixion in movies. Enhancing the screams, overflow of blood from wounds, and the sound of metal scraping against bone into a wooden beam. They try in vain. … More The Crucifixion #LivingWord
As I have been answering this week’s homework questions for Wendy Blight’s Living So That online Bible study, this jumped out at me… Share a memorable time in your life when you were watchful and experienced answered prayer. The most recently answered prayer happened yesterday morning, but began on Monday… On Monday, I told a few … More Philippians 4:13 anyone?
As I drove home from work today, I reflected on the immense blessings God has continually poured out in my life and the life of my husband. I have been at a loss as to just why God would keep giving and giving. Let me share just a few of these blessings that have occurred … More Undeserving
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The trek wasn’t very long, but the road was rough. They each sat rubbing their aching feet, dislodging grit from their leather sandals. Jesus simply walked ahead, leaving the three tending their feet. Jesus stood before them breathing in deep, whispering to His Father. The three began to doze, leaning against a boulder and one … More Come Back Down
Pure and simple. I would like to pray for you today. If you have a request feel free to leave a comment. You may choose to simply write “unspoken” and I will still pray for you. I would also like to invite you to pray for one another. Pray for the two people who comment … More May I pray for you?
Consider it pure joy, my brothers, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith develops perseverance. Perseverance must finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything. ~James 1:2-4 I once heard a story about a Florida man who owned an orange … More Jesus’ pain had a purpose…and so does ours…