If the exact same words, spoken by God Himself, turn up in front of your eyes twice in the same day, you should probably sit up and take notice. Last week, it was these words– But I will be with you. I read it in Exodus, when God calls Moses and Moses cannot comprehend how […]
We walk by faith, not by sight.
David refused to give into doubt and fear. He knew that no harm could come to him, because his God was trustworthy.
There is only one real defense against a lie, and that is the glorious, shining truth.
This amazing God of love and compassion wants to give us His very presence.
There are times when God gives us beautiful skies and sunshine and glorious painted sunrises and clear vision of the path ahead of us. And there are times when He gives us fog.
2016 is filled with so many voices telling us what we are supposed to do, look like, act like, think. There are a million people all shouting for our attention . . .
I feel like a child, ankle-deep in the ocean, shouting instructions to the deep-sea divers. What right do I even have to talk about this stuff?
What if all that stuff about mustard seeds and mountains, all that “you have not because you ask not” is really true?
Peter knew the truth– Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life.