The enemy of the faith - is a know it all. Are we familiar with his ways. He knows Scripture better than most. In these three events the enemy is acknowledged. They are not in order of occurrence. Well known is the time when Satan presented himself to Jesus to test Him in the wilderness. … Continue reading To many lessons- but are we learning?
Elijah had escaped from Jezebel. All the prophets had been killed. He alone had survived. Jezebel wanted him dead. He was beside himself. I recall how I felt when it seemed my world was coming apart at the seams. I was scared and alone. I felt like Job. I cried out to my God. Could … Continue reading A Still Small Voice…
This is an old read. So true. The Jeans-and-T-Shirt Orthodoxy of Rich Mullins — Read on http://www.google.com/amp/s/www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/the-jeans-and-t-shirt-orthodoxy-of-rich-mullins/?amp
God longs for his children to reach out to Him as a human father longs for his children to visit. God wishes no one to perish, but many will because they will reject Him, others, because they simply cannot get honest with God. My walk with God is not about being positive, staying positive, being … Continue reading What is this Abundant Life?
Beautiful flowers in December can bloom among bare trees, as those that are alive in Christ can live among those dead in their sin. Scripture tells that we are in the world, but we are not of this world. I am no horticulturist, but even I can say that not all flowers bloom in December, … Continue reading Revisiting December Gardens
Surrender vs. Commitment Adrian Rogers, a famous 20th-century Baptist pastor, once went on a mission trip to Romania. Over the course of two weeks, he bonded with his interpreter but hadn’t learned much about the man's thoughts. So toward the end of the trip, he asked the man, “Tell me, what do you think of … Continue reading Commitment vs Surrender