All I could think about was how I squandered so much of my life, my time and my resources on worthless things. I felt like that son in the story Jesus told, the son who took all his father’s inheritance and spent it on wild living…
I feel the need. I see their distressed faces searching for answers. They long for you dear Lord, but know not where to find you or how to receive you. I see the walls many have built around their lives trying to keep you out dear Jesus. I want them to know you Jesus in […]Read More Prayer Journey — Overwhelmed by Need
If someone was looking for you, where would they search for you? Would people who know you say you are about the Father’s business?Read More Missing Persons
How many of us followers of Jesus “grieve and lament over all the detestable things that are done” in the world today. Do we have a heart for God that runs so deep in our soul that we mourn for those who deny God, who reject Jesus.Read More A Deep Lament and Grief
I must trust that God has a purpose for delineating between mercy and wrath and that only he is qualified to judge between the two. I must admit I am severely unqualified to judge why some graciously receive Christ and others reject him.Read More Trusting the Sovereignty of God
Because of God’s love for us we do not have to remain trapped between Good Friday and Easter. Salvation is ours through faith in Christ. This Easter embrace the hope of the resurrection. Leave behind doubt and disbelief and run with Peter to see the strips of linen lying in the empty tomb.Read More Trapped Between Good Friday and Easter Morning
Like that attic full of stuff, we can fill our lives with things that are not good for us. That in turn can hinder our ability to accept God’s word inside of us and our ability to live our lives according to God’s will.Read More Empyting Our Life to Fill It With God’s Purposes
Just as important as what you are saying, consider the words you are consuming each day. Are they nourishing your soul or are they distracting you from Christ?Read More Is Your Life Getting Too Wordy?