Words. They are a powerful thing. Words can lift people up and encourage them or they can tear people down and cause great pain. Too often in my life I have said hurtful things to people — even those I love. In a moment of anger, careless words have emerged from my lips. This was […]Read More Poisonous Words
This morning’s prayer searches for words that are adequate to describe the vastness of God and the love and grace he lavishes upon us.Read More Prayer Journey — Mere Words
God’s love for us is deeper than just offering us salvation through Jesus. Even though he is pained by our sin, he reaches out to us to offer his care, his love, his grace.Read More Dying Words of Love
In the quiet of the morning, there is a song on my lips. The words flow gently from my mind, emerging as a soft, fragrant sound of praise to you dear Lord. I praise you for the voice to praise you and the mind that gives me the words. Yet I know you know my […]Read More Morning Praise – A Whisper of Praise
On this New Year’s Eve, I want to thank all of you for taking time to read this blog. Throughout this year I have been encouraged by your comments and uplifted by your words. As Paul wrote in Ephesians 1:15-16: “For this reason, ever since I heard about your faith in the Lord Jesus and […]Read More New Year Thanksgiving
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?
The author of life created us with a purpose. He gives us the words in the Bible to define our life. Yet too often we choose the sinful words from this world to describe our existence. We build our life story around temporal things that lack meaning and purpose, settling for a life that’s disoriented and distant from Christ.Read More Let the Author of Life Write Your Life Story